Deep Creek Mountains

Wilderness Study Area - Utah

The Deep Creek Mountains, officially the Deep Creek Range (Goshute: Pi'a-roi-ya-bi)[1], are a mountain range in the Great Basin located in extreme western Tooele County and Juab County, Utah, in the western United States. The range trends north-south and is composed of granite in its central highest portion. The valley to the east is Snake Valley and to the west is Deep Creek Valley. Nearby communities include Callao, Utah to the east and the community of Ibapah and the lands of the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation to the west. The highest point in the Deep Creek Range is Ibapah Peak, an ultra prominent peak, which rises to 12,087 feet (3,684 m).

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Map of the Deep Creek Mountains Wilderness Study Area (WSA) in the BLM Salt Lake Office / BLM Fillmore Field Office areas in Utah. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Deep Creek Mountains - Wilderness Study Area Map

Map of the Deep Creek Mountains Wilderness Study Area (WSA) in the BLM Salt Lake Office / BLM Fillmore Field Office areas in Utah. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Deep Creek Mountains WSA https://www.blm.gov/visit/search-details/16231/2 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_Creek_Mountains The Deep Creek Mountains, officially the Deep Creek Range (Goshute: Pi'a-roi-ya-bi)[1], are a mountain range in the Great Basin located in extreme western Tooele County and Juab County, Utah, in the western United States. The range trends north-south and is composed of granite in its central highest portion. The valley to the east is Snake Valley and to the west is Deep Creek Valley. Nearby communities include Callao, Utah to the east and the community of Ibapah and the lands of the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation to the west. The highest point in the Deep Creek Range is Ibapah Peak, an ultra prominent peak, which rises to 12,087 feet (3,684 m).

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