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Weber 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.
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Mountain
Location
Feet
Meters
Ben Lomond
41.2148N 111.5735W
9,972
3,039.47
Mount Ogden
41.1200N 111.5254W
9,572
2,917.55
Allen Peak
41.1216N 111.5255W
9,465
2,884.93
De Moisy Peak
41.1117N 111.5220W
9,369
2,855.67
Strawberry Peak
41.1051N 111.5206W
9,265
2,823.97
Little Monte
41.2458N 111.3113W
8,960
2,731.01
Chilly Peak
41.2056N 111.5542W
8,600
2,621.28
Guilder Peak
41.1333N 111.2946W
8,358
2,547.52
Strongs Peak
41.1117N 111.5354W
8,240
2,511.55
Lewis Peak
41.1645N 111.5515W
8,031
2,447.85
Malans Peak
41.1226N 111.5504W
6,960
2,121.41
North Ogden Peak
41.2040N 111.5347W
6,347
1,934.57

Castle Peak Fremont Island

41.1027N 112.2034W
4,995
1,522.48
Beacon Hill
41.1014N 112.2200W
4,785
1,458.47
David E Miller Hill Fremont Island
41.0917N 112.1945W
4,708
1,434.10
Little Mountain
41.1517N 112.1416W
4,673
1,424.33
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