Non-Uinta Utah 12,000-foot Peaks
Ranked Peaks have 300 feet of Clean Prominence
Showing Tom Sewell's first ascent dates for climbed peaks (3 out of 15, or 20%)
|Rank||Peak|| Elev-Ft || Prom-Ft ||County||Range (Level 5)||Isol-Mi||Ascents||Ascent Date|
|1.||Mount Peale||12,721||6161||San Juan||La Sal Mountains||72.8||275||1989-07-01|
|1.||Mount Mellenthin||12,645||645||San Juan||La Sal Mountains||1.7||50||1989-07-01|
|1.||Mount Tukuhnikivatz||12,482||722||San Juan||La Sal Mountains||1.5||93||1989-07-01|
| ||Mount Waas||12,331||1793||Grand||La Sal Mountains||5.2||108|| |
| ||Manns Peak||12,272||632||Grand||La Sal Mountains||1.7||42|| |
| ||Mount Laurel||12,271||271||San Juan||La Sal Mountains||.4||28|| |
| ||Mount Peale-Northwest Peak||12,240||80||San Juan||La Sal Mountains||.4||46|| |
| ||Mount Tomasaki||12,239||639||Grand||La Sal Mountains||1.2||32|| |
| ||Pilot Mountain||12,200||440||Grand||La Sal Mountains||.8||34|| |
| ||Delano Peak||12,169||4689||Beaver/Piute||Tushar Mountains||112.1||287|| |
| ||Green Mountain||12,163||163||Grand||La Sal Mountains||.5||39|| |
| ||Mount Belknap||12,137||1177||Beaver/Piute||Tushar Mountains||4.1||44|| |
| ||Mount Baldy||12,122||1202||Beaver/Piute||Tushar Mountains||1.7||22|| |
| ||Ibapah Peak||12,087||5247||Juab||Deep Creek Range||61.2||190|| |
| ||Little Tuk||12,048||168||San Juan||La Sal Mountains||.4||16|| |
| ||Castle Mountain||12,044||364||Grand||La Sal Mountains||.5||19|| |
| ||Delano Peak-East Peak||12,040||280||Piute||Tushar Mountains||.6||29|| |
| ||Haystack Peak||12,020||660||Juab||Deep Creek Range||1.6||16|| |
| ||Delano-Brigham Ridge Peak||12,002||362||Piute||Tushar Mountains||.6||25|| |
| ||La Sal Peak||12,001||321||Grand||La Sal Mountains||.4||16|| |
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Any list of the highest peaks in Utah is completely dominated by the Uintas, the high Rocky Mountain sub-range running east-west in the northeastern part of the state. This list eliminates all the peaks in the Uintas so the high peaks in the state's other high ranges--the La Sals, the Deep Creeks, and the Tushars--can show their stuff.
See the Utah 12,000-foot Peaks list to see the Uinta-dominated list of Utah's highest summits.
Links Utah Peak List
Selected Guidebook(s) for this List Utah Mountaineering Guide (Kelsey)
Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.
Map Showing Location of Peaks
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