Uinta Mountains

Uin·ta Mountains

geographical name \yü-ˈin-tə\


mountain range NE Utah — see kings peak

Uinta Mountains

   (Concise Encyclopedia)

Mountain range, south-central Rocky Mountains, U.S. They extend east more than 100 mi (160 km) from the Wasatch Mountains across northeastern Utah and slightly into southwestern Wyoming. Many of the range's summits exceed 13,000 ft (4,000 m), including Kings Peak (13,528 ft [4,123 m]), the highest point in Utah.


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