High in Utah: A Hiking Guide to the Tallest Peak in Each of the State's 29 Counties

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General Utah and Area Hiking Guides

By: Michael R. Weibel & Dan Miller

High in Utah is a book for peak baggers and hikers alike. It accommodates all levels of experience. Most of Utah's high peaks can be climbed in a day, and some are even attainable by car. Summits range in elevation from Kings Peak, Utah's highest at 13,528 ft., to the unnamed peak in Rich County, a mere 9,255 ft. In addition to the county high points, this book also has four classic climbs: Mt. Olympus, My. Timpanogos, Notch Peak in the House Range west of Delta, and Wellsville Cone, Cache Valley's western landmark.

Since finding a place to start can often be the hardest part of a hike, emphasis is placed on directions to each trailhead. There is a road map for each hike, as well as a trail map showing contours.

Also included:

  • Time and distance
  • Difficulty
  • Starting elevation and gain
  • Camping
  • Tips and precautions

...and more!

Other Information:
Published: 1999
Pages: 155

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