Central Wasatch Range
|Map of Central Wasatch Range|
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Major Peaks of the Central Wasatch Range
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Mount Timpanogos||11,749||3581|| |
|2.||South Summit||11,722||3573|| |
|3.||American Fork Twin Peaks||11,489||3502|| |
|4.||North Timpanogos||11,441||3487|| |
|5.||Red Top||11,360+||3463+|| |
|6.||Bomber Peak||11,347||3459|| |
|7.||Broad Fork Twin Peaks||11,330||3453|| |
|8.|| Pfeifferhorn||11,326||3452|| |
|9.||White Baldy||11,321||3451|| |
|10.||Sunrise Peak||11,275||3437|| |
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Central Wasatch Range
|Lone Peak: Lone Peak, a landmark of the Wastach Range near Salt Lake City.|
|Mount Tuscarora: Mount Tuscarora in the foreground, Pioneer Peak behind to the left.|
|Pioneer Peak: Mount Tuscarora in the foreground, Pioneer Peak behind to the left.|
|Mount Olympus: Mount Olympus, Utah, from the saddle below the final peak.|
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