Utah’s highest mountain range has a unique look that sets it apart from the Rocky Mountains in general. Tall, rounded peaks, dense forests, with young, drainages and hundreds of lakes provide an ideal environment for backpackers and mosquitoes alike.
Jagged, toothy Hayden Peak is an exception to the rule, and is easily the most photogenic and accessible peak in the range. Here it appears at sunset, with the shoulder of Bald Mountain, a more typical Uinta domed peak, in the foreground. (Pricing Schedule D)