Utah peaks starting with A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
On the Utah Peaks page,
1969 peaks above 5000 feet are marked as 'USGS peak'.
Peaks from non-USGS sources are also included, and they may be lower altitude.
(The USGS elevation range was chosen to present no more than 2000 peaks from that source.)
Peaks are listed alphabetically below, and do not include prefixes or suffixes like North/South, Peak, Mt, Knob, etc. For example, you can look up "Mt Rose" as simply "rose", and "Pilot Knob" as "pilot". Coordinates from the USGS use North American Datum 1927 (NAD27) latitude and longitude coordinates, in decimal degrees. For comparison, coordinates from the Sierra Peaks database are given in North American Datum 1983 (NAD83). Both sets of coordinates are shown as links to Google Maps.
Beware the online map links from the USGS pages, because they show somewhat rough locations - the peaks are NEAR the marked point, but other databases (like the Sierra Peaks and Desert Peaks list) are more accurate.
Follow links to the Climber.Org Trip Reports for other people's experience, and remember to file your own report!
Follow the links to Climber.Org Desert Peaks entries if you want the most info, including climbing difficulty, online GIF maps showing all peaks in a region (courtesy of TOPO!), and UTM coordinates. Also from these peaks pages you can click on the coordinates to view a scalable online map from Google Maps.
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