Sightseeing in the Wasatch Mountains See the steep rock cliffs Whitewater stream Great place for taking photos Top of the canyon Sliver Lake See the Wildlife The product of 20 million years of geologic faulting, volcanic activity, and glaciation, the Wasatch Mountains, the western range of the Rocky Mountains, stretch across Utah from the Bear River in the north to Mount Nebo near Nephi in central part of the state. Most elevations along the range are generally between 9,000 and 10,000 feet; Mount Nebo is the highest peak at 11,877 feet. Some of the other significant peaks from north to south include Willard Peak, Mount Ogden, Bountiful Peak, Mount Olympus, Lone Peak, Mount Timpanogos, Provo Peak, Spanish Fork Peak, and Loafer Mountain. Since the earliest days of Mormon settlement, the majority of Utah's population has chosen to settle along the range's western front, where river drainage exits the mountains. The mountains were a vital source of water, timber, and granite for early settlers. Today they continue to serve as the primary source of water for the populous Wasatch Front, and to provide year-round recreational opportunities to residents and visitors alike.

WHAT YOU’LL SEE

This famous Wasatch Mountains drive up Big Cotton Wood Canyon the best sightseeing in Utah. Great opportunity for photos in the mountains with the wildlife. We drive to Silver Lake at the top of the mountains where we stop and take in the fresh mountain air.

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Our famous Wasatch Mountains drive up Big Cotton Wood Canyon the best sightseeing in Utah
Signs of urban development quickly disappear as the canyon walls get closer together
Take in grand views of the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains
Guided tour of Historic Main Street’s designated historical landmarks.
Length: 2 to 3 hours Price: 50.00

TOUR INFORMATION

An interactive pictorial of Park City's colorful mining and ski history is on display at the newly renovated Park City Museum

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10:00 am 2:00 pm Departure from Park City Main Street Town Lift. Call or Book online Now! *Hotel Pickup Available
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Sightseeing in the Wasatch Mountains See the steep rock cliffs Whitewater stream Great place for taking photos Top of the canyon Sliver Lake See the Wildlife The product of 20 million years of geologic faulting, volcanic activity, and glaciation, the Wasatch Mountains, the western range of the Rocky Mountains, stretch across Utah from the Bear River in the north to Mount Nebo near Nephi in central part of the state. Most elevations along the range are generally between 9,000 and 10,000 feet; Mount Nebo is the highest peak at 11,877 feet. Some of the other significant peaks from north to south include Willard Peak, Mount Ogden, Bountiful Peak, Mount Olympus, Lone Peak, Mount Timpanogos, Provo Peak, Spanish Fork Peak, and Loafer Mountain. Since the earliest days of Mormon settlement, the majority of Utah's population has chosen to settle along the range's western front, where river drainage exits the mountains. The mountains were a vital source of water, timber, and granite for early settlers. Today they continue to serve as the primary source of water for the populous Wasatch Front, and to provide year-round recreational opportunities to residents and visitors alike.

WHAT YOU’LL SEE

This famous Wasatch Mountains drive up Big Cotton Wood Canyon the best sightseeing in Utah. Great opportunity for photos in the mountains with the wildlife. We drive to Silver Lake at the top of the mountains where we stop and take in the fresh mountain air..

TOUR DETAILS

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON
WASATCH MOUNTAIN WILDLIFE
GREAT PHOTO OPPORTUNITY’S
Our famous Wasatch Mountains drive up Big Cotton Wood Canyon the best sightseeing in Utah
Signs of urban development quickly disappear as the canyon walls get closer together
AMAZING WHITE RAPID RIVERS
Take in grand views of the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains
EXPLORE WASATCH MOUNTAINS
Guided tour of Historic Main Street’s designated historical landmarks.
Length: 2 to 3 hours Price: 50.00 Free pick up from most Park City hotels.

TOUR INFORMATION

SILVER LAKE
An interactive pictorial of Park City's colorful mining and ski history is on display at the newly renovated Park City Museum
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