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U·in·ta Mountains

 (yo͞o-ĭn′tə)
A range of the Rocky Mountains in northeast Utah rising to 4,123 m (13,528 ft) at King's Peak.
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Uinta Mountains

(jʊˈɪntə)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in NE Utah: part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak: Kings Peak, 4123 m (13 528 ft)
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U•in′ta Moun′tains

(yuˈɪn tə)
n.pl.
a mountain range in NE Utah, part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak, 13,498 ft. (4115 m).
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My husband and I own a camper van, and we "pop the top" all over the Wasatch and Uintah mountains.
Graham recently buried the flag ashes at a location he calls Old Glory Lookout in Utah's Uintah Mountains. He said he will continue collecting and disposing of American flags to give them the respect they deserve.
But this state bulges upward near its northeast corner, rising from arid flats, broken buttes, and the Great Salt Lake toward high, rough, and heavily timbered Wasatch and Uintah Mountains. These ranges teem with ell, mule deer, black bears, mountain lions--and Shiras moose.