Wasatch Range

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Wa·satch Range

A range of the Rocky Mountains extending from southeast Idaho to central Utah and rising to 3,636 m (11,928 ft).
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Wasatch Range

(Placename) a mountain range in the W central US, in N Utah and SE Idaho. Highest peak: Mount Timpanogos, 3581 m (11 750 ft)
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Wa′satch Range′

(ˈwɔ sætʃ)
a mountain range in N Utah and SE Idaho. Highest peak, 12,008 ft. (3660 m).
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Whether it's a scenic drive into the majestic Wasatch Range, heading up to picturesque Park City, Utah, or finding a great restaurant off the beaten path, get out and see what you can find.
Even the 140-foot stone spine of the house, designed to emulate naturally occurring rock formations of the Wasatch Range, serves as a mechanical chase and structural backbone for the home's overall design.
Beyond that, DiMare said he tries to balance the aesthetic concerns of those using the building and those living or driving near it, taking into account the local topography, building design, views of Salt Lake City and the Wasatch Range beyond, even an ugly neighboring electrical substation.
NESTLED IN THE WASATCH RANGE of the Rocky Mountains, Salt Lake City, Utah, is an unexpectedly lively center for dance.
The reason: Systems from the west generally slam into Little Cottonwood Canyon first, then release more snow as they move on over the Wasatch Range. Sometimes storms hit the Wasatch, circle back over the Great Salt Lake to rearm, and return to drop more--the so-called lake effect.
above sea level between the Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains to the east and the Oquirrh Mountains to the west, the location of some of the venues isn't exactly ideal when it comes to supplying electrical power.
PARK CITY, Utah The snow finally fell on the Wasatch Range early last weekend as the execs flooded Main Street, but the mood was cautious and the cast seemed to stay in fleece-lined pocket--at least for now.
virginiana that blooms out of season in Utah's Wasatch Range. Genes from that mountain clone revolutionized the industry.
It centered on two communities: Salt Lake City, which is building a 100-mile highway down the Wasatch Range, and Milwaukee, which is using federal highway dollars to remove an interstate.
Robert Redford's Sundance resort and institute covers 6,000 acres of protected wilderness in the North Fork of Provo Canyon at the base of 12,000ft Mount Timpanogos - the highest peak in Utah's Wasatch Range.
Within species B, the Utah isolates from the Western Desert at Snake and Tule Valleys and from the Wasatch Range at Provo River constituted the most distinct subdivision, clustering with other populations at the level of [D.sub.N] = 0.154 [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4A OMITTED].