“where civilization meets the wild”
The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is where civilization meets the"wild." Metropolitan areas and communities bordering the forest make up some of the fastest growing areas in the Intermountain West. Quick, convenient access is available to forest visitors year-round, making the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache an intensely used destination spanning backyard to backcountry. Roads and trails lead visitors to natural settings and spectacular vistas with fresh water and clean air. In winter, the "Greatest Snow on Earth" draws people from around the world. Size: 2.1 million acres, from desert to high mountain peaks.
Beautiful forest, it was snowing pretty hard which made it even more beautiful. Looks like a great place for camping as well, lots of options and well maintained camping areas in a beautiful area.
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