The Uinta Mountains
The Uinta Mountains is the tallest mountain range in Utah. Kings Peak (13,528 ft) is the tallest mountain in the Range. The range is located in the Northeast section of the state and is about an two hour drive from Salt Lake City.
The Uintas are unique in that they runs East to West (most of the Mountain Ranges in the Americas run North South.
- Mirror Lake Highway (167 pictures) The Mirror Lake Highway (State 150) runs between Kamas, Utah and Evanston, Wyoming.
- The Wasatch Mountains (131 pictures) The Wasatch Mountains are to the West of the Uintas.
- Utah State (59 pictures) The Uintas are the roof (the tallest mountain range) in Utah.
- Provo River (107 pictures) The headwaters of the Provo River are in the High Uintas. This River runs west then drains into Utah Lake.
- Heber City (74 pictures) The Heber Valley is to the West of the Uintas.
- Weber River (91 pictures) The Weber River drains the northwest reaches of the Uinta mountains then drains into the Great Salt Lake near Ogden