Become a peak bagger. If you love outdoors adventures, ticking items off lists, seeing new places, and exploring, this app is for you. Utah High Points provides the information you need to get to the top of the highest peaks in each of Utah's 29 counties. Get to know Utah's different mountain ranges.
The 26 hikes in this app (3 counties share a single peak) include the following:
1. King's Peak (Uinta Mountains, Duchesene County)
2. Gilbert Peak (Uintas, Summit County)
3. Mount Peale (The highest in the La Sal Mountains, as well as the highest prominence in the state. San Juan County)
4. Mount Waas (La Sal, Grand County)
5. Eccentric Peak (Uintas, Uinta & Dagget Counties)
6. Delano Peak (Tushar, Beaver * Piute)
7. Ibapah (Deep Creek, Juab)
8. Mount Nebo (Wasatch, Utah)
9. Fish Lake Hightop (Sevier County)
10. Mount Ellen (Henry Mountains, Garfield)
11. American Fork Twin Peaks (Wasatch, Salt Lake County)
12. Bluebell Knoll (Boulder Mountain, Wayne)
13. Brian Head (Markagunt Plateau, Iron)
14. South Tent Mountain (Wasatch Plateau, Sanpete)
15. Deseret Peak (Stansbury Mountains, Tooele)
16. Mount Cardwell (Uintas, Wasatch County)
17. East Mountain (Wasatch Plateau, Emery)
18. Monument Peak (Wasatch Plateau, Carbon)
19. Signal Peak (Pine Valley Mountains, Washington)
20. Mine Camp Peak (Pavant Mountains, Millard)
21. Andy Nelson Peak (Markagunt Plateau, Kane)
22. Naomi Peak (Bear River Mountains, Cache)
23. Bull Mountain (Raft River Mountains, Box Elder County)
24. Willard Peak (with Ben Lomond, a double-header in the Wasatch Mountains and Weber County)
25. Thurston Peak (Wasatch, Davis & Morgan)
26 Bridger Peak (Bear River Mountains, Rich County)
Each hike has facts, photos, trail directions, maps and other tips so you know what you need to plan and do the hike.
Customize Utah High Points by adding your own favorite hikes, with all the pertinent facts and images.
Have fun out there, be safe, and tread light!
- Trail guides for these national park classics, with detailed trail descriptions, images, facts and an eye-catching trail map with just the right amount of detail.
- Trail facts include distance, difficulty, time estimates, altitudes, coordinates and background info
- FaceBook integration to post your status and share hikelogs with your friends
- Detailed trail and driving directions help you get to the trailhead, and from there to the main attraction
- Tips for safety, camping, wildlife and background also help you have a safe, rewarding hike
- Create your own trail guides
- A map of Utah that shows where the hikes are
- Email trail guides to friends
- A planning tool that brings together the hikes you want to do, the dates you want to do them, and the people you want to do them with. Email these plans to your friends.
- Hikelogs to keep track of the hikes you've done, who you did them with, when you did them and your impressions of the hike
- Instructions for safe hiking with light steps help you have a safe time
- If your iPhone has GPS, Incredible Backcountry shows your current coordinates and altitude