Ashley
National Forest

Ashley National Forest is a National Forest located in northeastern Utah and southwestern Wyoming. Within the Forest’s bounds are 1,382,346 acres (5,594 km2) (with 1,287,909 acres (5,212 km2) in Utah and 96,223 acres (389 km2) in Wyoming) of vast forests, lakes, and mountains, with elevations ranging from 6,000 to 13,500 feet (1,800 to 4,100 m). The Forest covers portions of Daggett, Duchesne, Sum…
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With seemingly endless meadows, an easily accessible trailhead, nice solitude, r…
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Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, Utah and Wyoming - scenic artificial lak…
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At first glance, the 9-mile hike to Four Lakes Basin doesn’t look too difficult.…
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Milk Lake is one of those places you see on a map and wonder about and thats pro…
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The trailhead for this trail starts relatively high, so there’s not a lot of tot…
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Jean and Dean Lakes are a popular backpacking destination in the Four Lakes Basi…
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Potter Lake is forest-lined aquatic gem high up in the eastern Uintas. Early sea…
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Amazingly remote run/trek that takes adventurers through the heart of the High U…
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Built by the CCC in 1937
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In 1869, explorer John Wesley Powell named the red-walled canyon on the Green Ri…
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