Kings Peak Is Utah's Only Mountain Over 13,520 Feet, And It’s Worth A Stop
By Meghan Byers|Published March 09, 2022
A New Jersey native, Meghan is passionate about travel and enjoys finding off-the-beaten path destinations. You're most likely to find her at a coffee shop, or hitting the trails with her dogs. She graduated with a creative writing degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University and has been writing professionally for over a decade.
Utah is full of natural wonders, from breathtaking waterfalls and gorgeous canyons to elegant arches and soaring peaks. Adventurous hikers have plenty of exciting terrain to explore, but if you’re looking for a true challenge, Kings Peak in Duchesne County absolutely delivers.