Wasatch
National Forest

Wasatch National Forest was established as the Wasatch Forest Reserve by the U.S. Forest Service in Utah on August 16, 1906 with 86,440 acres (349.8 km2) to the east of Salt Lake City and Provo. It became a National Forest on March 4, 1907. On July 1, 1908 Grantsville National Forest and Salt Lake National Forest were added. In 1973 Wasatch was combined administratively with Cache National Forest,…
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Unlike most other lakes in the Uintas, Allsop Lake sits alone in a rugged alpine…
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If you're looking for a nice day hike or an easy overnighter in the western Uint…
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With a handful of high alpine lakes surrounded by majestic, rocky peaks, Amethys…
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Priord Lake sits at the top of the Right Hand Fork of the East Fork Bear River o…
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The trail begins by passing through forrest and moving along the edge of Henrys …
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Uinta Mountains - a high, sedimentary range in northeast Utah, containing many l…
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At just over 7 miles round trip, Island Lake makes for an excellent day hike or …
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Ibantik Lake is probably one of the best Uintas wilderness experiences you can h…
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Short, strenuous and incredibly beautiful. At just over 3 miles one-way, this hi…
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This is a very steep trail but extremely rewarding. It ends up at one of the mos…
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Willow Heights is an extraordinarily beautiful hike through a serene aspen fores…
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This hike follows the Desolation Trail to a rock outcropping along a ridge in Mi…
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