|Grand View Peak||10,895'|
|Dry Fork Peak||11,849'|
|Mill Creek Peak||?|
Various pictures of the La Sal Mountains taken from the roads around the range. If you have any information about the La Sal Mountains, that isn't provided here, please leave a message at the bottom of the page.
The entire La Sal Mountain Range.
These mountains were made by lava trying to break through the surface to form a volcano.
They never broke through, but instead, hardened. After millions of years of uplift,
the dirt above erroded, exposing two or three huge domes.
Time has basically melted the domes into many peaks.
First Group (Left): Grandview, Horse, Waas, Manns, Tomasaki, and Haystack.
Second Group (Middle): Mellenthin, Peale and Tukunikivatz.
Third Group (Right): South Mountain.
Mellenthin, Laurel (sub-peak), Peale and Tukunikivatz.
The three highest peaks in the La Sals.
All three are above 12,000 ft.
Grandview, Horse, Waas, Manns, and Tomasaki in the far background.
At least 3 are above 12,000 ft.
Looking northeast from highway 191 south of Moab.
Tukunikivatz, Peale, and South Mountain.
A closer view of West Tuk, Tukunikivatz and Peale from the southwest
Looking northwest to Tukunikivatz from La Sal Pass road.
The sub-peak in the middle is how I would begin the climb to this peak.
A hike to the summit of Mount Peale:
A hike to the summit of Tukuhnikivatz
Information about Mount Peale including directions and pictures:
Mount Peale Information
Views of the La Sal Mountains from various points along the road:
La Sal Mountain Views
Telephoto views of Moab, Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park:
Mount Peal Views