Elevation

13,534 ft / 4,125 m

#1 in Utah

#434 in United States

Prominence

6,348 ft / 1,935 m

#1 in Utah

#40 in United States

Summits

81 summits

#5 in Utah

#296 in United States

Top climbing months

August   40%

July   32%

September  10%

Most climbed route

Henry's Fork Trail

11.7 mi • 3,062 ft gain

Highlights

  • Kings Peak is the highest peak in Utah.
  • Lies just south of the spine of the central Uinta Mountains and is located in the High Uintas Wilderness.
  • There are 3 popular routes to the summit: a scramble up the east slope, a hike up the northern ridge, and a long but relatively easy hike up the southern slope.
  • The peak is belongs to the Lower US Ultra 57, with 6,348 feet of prominence.
42 summits • 11.7 mi • 3,062 ft gain • 26 hr 59 min
5 summits • 27.5 mi • 4,927 ft gain • 20 hr 21 min
1 summit • 25.6 mi • 3,962 ft gain • 15 hr 35 min

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