Our beautiful mountains just wouldn’t be the same without the forests covering them. Utah’s many national forests have been combined over the years into just seven “official” national forests. (I separated the Uinta and Wasatch-Cache forests for this article, since they were recently separated by the Forest Service.)

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Which is your favorite National Forest? Let me know what you love about it in the comments.

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