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Kings Peak, Utah
Elevation: 13,528 feet
Mileage: 28 miles
Vertical Gain: 5,250 feet
Route: Henrys Fork Trail

July 10th - 12th, 2001

King's Peak is the tallest mountain in Utah and ranked 7th hardest of the 50 highpoints. This is a very enjoyable highpoint to climb. The area is very scenic and the length of the hike makes it somewhat challenging. On the weekends the area can be a little crowded, but we climbed Kings during the week and had the peak entirely to ourselves.


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