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Uinta Mountains

[ yoo-in-tuh ]

plural noun

  1. a mountain range in NE Utah, part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak, Kings Peak, 13,498 feet (4,115 meters).


Uinta Mountains

/ jʊˈɪntə /

plural noun

  1. a mountain range in NE Utah: part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak: Kings Peak, 4123 m (13 528 ft)


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Far in the distant south, scarcely to be distinguished from the blue clouds on the horizon, stand the Uinta Mountains.

Taking up our cache, we pass down to the foot of the Uinta Mountains and in a cold storm go into camp.

There is a long spur running out from the Uinta Mountains toward the south, and the river runs lengthwise through it.

The first and oldest form is the Uintatherium, which takes its name from the Uinta Mountains.

The range of uinta as now understood is restricted to the southern and western parts of the Uinta Mountains and their environs.

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