Uinta National
Forest

Uinta National Forest is a national forest located in north central Utah, USA. It was originally part of the Uinta Forest Reserve, created by Grover Cleveland on 2 February 1897. The name is derived from the Ute word Yoov-we-teuh which means pine forest. Because of changes to the boundaries over the years, the Uinta Mountains are now located in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest. In August 2007 it…
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The Battle Creek Trail #050 is in the Uinta National Forest east of Pleasant Gro…
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Unlike most Wasatch summits, Sunset Peak is a relatively easy day hike offering …
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The Nebo Loop Scenic Byway is a 37 mile road between Nephi and Payson through th…
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Timpanogos Cave National Monument, near Provo, Utah: small cave high up the side…
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Bridal Veil Falls is located in the Uinta National Forest in Provo Canyon betwee…
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The Fifth Water Hot Springs are located in the Spanish Fork District of the Uint…
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The Dry Canyon trail is located in the Uinta National Forest east of Orem, Utah.…
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The Stewart's Cascades trail is located in the Uinta National Forest near Sundan…
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Also known as Diamond Fork Hot Springs, Fifth Water is a classic Wasatch hike to…
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The Timpanogos Falls trail is located in the Timpanogos Wilderness Area of the U…
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The trail follows the fence line at the trailhead and climbs steadily for nearly…
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The Big Springs Hollow trail is located in the Uinta National Forest near Provo,…
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A beautiful trail with stunning views of the Wasatch range as you climb through …
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The Devils Kitchen trail is located in the Uinta National Forest between Payson …
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This is an easy hike for everyone. It only gains a few hundred feet over 2.25 mi…
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The Mount Timpanogos region, in the Wasatch Mountains near Provo, Utah, includin…
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The Grotto Trail #086 is located in the Uinta National Forest near Payson, Utah.…
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