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Gallery: A hike up Kings Peak — the highest trail in Utah

Published September 9, 2016 12:02 pm
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Photographer Lennie Mahler and friends this week hiked to Utah's highest point — Kings Peak in Duchesne County on the Ashley National Forest.

The peak sits at 13,534 feet, give or take, and took Mahler and his crew three days and two nights to hike. Here is a photo gallery of the trip.

Watch for Mahler's description of the trail in a future Utah Hike of the Week.

Twitter: @UtahHikes






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