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Pictures of a trip to the top of the highest summit in Utah, Kings Peak. Views of Mount Emmons, Henry Fork, Dollar Lake, Gilbert Peak, Anderson Pass and the Uinta Mountains.
August 31, 2003
Pictures of the Uintas from atop the highest point in Utah, Kings Peak. Views include Mount Emmons, Yellowstone Creek, Garfield Basin, Superior Lake, Wilson Peak, Spread Eagle Peak, Yard Peak, Lovenia, The Cathedral, Lamotte Peak, Tokewanna Peak, Red Cast
September 01, 2003
Pictures of Moose by Kings Peak in the Uinta Mountain Range, a hike to the 13,528 foot summit with pictures and hike descriptions.
September 01, 2003
Sunset from below Kings Peak in the Uinta Mountain Range, a hike to the 13,528 foot summit with pictures and hike descriptions.
August 31, 2003
Pictures of a hike up to Kings Peak, the highest point in Utah. Views of the Uinta Mountains. Trip report by Jared Carson.
August 25, 2001
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The Uinta MountainsMt Lovenia 13,220', Wilson Peak 13,040, and
The Uinta MountainsMt Lovenia 13,220', Wilson Peak 13,040, and K
From the summit of Kings Peak looking Northeast over West Gunsig
From the summit of Kings Peak looking Northeast over West Gunsig
Painter Basin
Looking east from the summit of Kings Peak over Painter Basin.
South Kings Peak
Looking south toward South Kings Peak 13,512' the 2nd Highest Pe
Kings Peak Trail
From near the beginning of the trail looking southwest over He
Kings Peak
From near Alligator Lake looking south toward Kings Peak.From he
Henrys Fork
After Elkhorn Crossing and the footbridge, the trail flattens ou
Kings Peak
Still trudging along. The strange thing about this part of the h
Kings Peak
Kings Peak patiently waiting to beat the crap out of us.
Anderson Pass
Anderson Pass slippery scree slope.The ridge to Kings Peak is vi
Kings Peak
The ridge up to Kings Peak.
Looking south from the real Anderson Pass toward Kings Peak on t
Looking south from the real Anderson Pass toward Kings Peak on t
The famous, yet deceptive false summit of Kings Peak.
The famous, yet deceptive false summit of Kings Peak.
A closer look at the ridge below Kings Peak.
A closer look at the ridge below Kings Peak.
Looking back up Kings Peak as we walked down the ridge.
Looking back up Kings Peak as we walked down the ridge.
Kings Peak
Kings Peak


Looking east between Ostler Peak and Spread Eagle Peak. You can
Looking east between Ostler Peak and Spread Eagle Peak. You can
Mount Millicent
Looking up the bouldery scramble to the summit of Mount Millicen
Kings Peak is the sunny one on the left.
Kings Peak is the sunny one on the left.
One of the many lakes of the Uintas.
One of the many lakes of the Uintas.
Kings Peak - Uintas
Kings Peak - Uintas
Nick, just trying to get there one step at a time.
Nick, just trying to get there one step at a time.
Zebra Rock
Zebra Rock
 Kings Peak is in the middle background.
Kings Peak is in the middle background.
A closer look of Kings Peak
A closer look of Kings Peak
Nick about 400 yards from the final ascent of Kings Peak.
Nick about 400 yards from the final ascent of Kings Peak.
Looking down the scree not knowing the pain that would await us.
Looking down the scree not knowing the pain that would await us.
Looking south over Painter Basin toward Mount Emmons from the Pe
Looking south over Painter Basin toward Mount Emmons from the Pe
This is the subpeak before Kings peak 13,528'
This is the subpeak before Kings peak 13,528'
On a good day, you can clearly see Lewis Peak and the giant Uint
On a good day, you can clearly see Lewis Peak and the giant Uint
Sinking Ship
Aquarius Plateau and the Sinking Ship



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