OnlineUtah.com Banner
Rich County Mountain Peaks and Summits

Utah
is one of
many beautiful
places on earth. But
nothing is more impressive
than the mountains. From north
to south, and east to west, they provide
an adventure for young and old alike. They
range from Kings Peak, 13,528' (4,124m) above
sea level on down to Beaver Wash at 2,350' (716m).
Note: Elevations and Locations are from the US Geological Survey USGS,
Geographic Names Information System (GNIS),
National Geographic Maps TOPO Series.
-
Mountain
Location
Feet
Meters
41.5957N 111.2834W
9,255
2,820.92
Swan Peak
41.5850N 111.2753W
9,082
2,768.19
Eccles Peak
41.2930N 111.2749W
9,062
2,762.1
Red Spur Mtn
41.3754N 111.2440W
8,872
2,704.19
Squaw Butte
41.2224N 111.2716W
8,767
2,672.18
Baldy Peak
41.2420N 111.2704W
8,640
2,633.47
Monument Peak
41.4107N 111.2113W
8,219
2,505.15
Rex Peak
41.3923N 111.0536W
7,996
2,437.18
Crawford Mtn
41.4058N 111.0326W
7,963
2,427.12
Red Mountain
41.2859N 111.1924W
7,861
2,396.03
Black Mountain
41.5738N 111.1350W
7,707
2,349.09
Twin Peaks
41.4430N 111.1950W
7,698
2,346.35
Red Knoll
41.5813N 111.0318W
7,448
2,270.15
Limestone Peak
41.3600N 111.1344W
7,309
2,227.78
Table Mountain
41.1810N 111.1228W
7,040
2,145.79
Sugarloaf
41.3629N 111.1244W
6,877
2,096.11
Red Knoll
41.4910N 111.0912W
6,788
2,068.98
Red Hill
41.2517N 111.0830W
6,686
2,037.89
Little Long Hill
41.3240N 111.1114W
6,537
1,992.48
Baker Knoll
41.5104N 111.2331W
5,960
1,816.61
-

Google
 
Web onlineutah.com
Comments & Questions to OnlineUtah.com

Home | Area Codes | Cities | Climate | Credits | Counties | Dinosaurs | Disclaimer | Dining |

Education | Entertainment | Government | Health | History | Hot Springs | Industry | Lakes | Lodging |

Maps | Media | Mountains | Museums | Parks | People | Photo Gallery | Quick Facts |

Quizzes | Recreation & Sports | Religion | Rivers | Sites | Travel | Weather |




Mark Robinson Realty Brokers