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47 Unusual Places In Utah That Proves The State Is Mysterious

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44.) Kings Peak in Duchesne County, Utah

Kings Peak rises to 13,528 feet above sea level and is considered the highest point in Utah. It was named after the first head of the United States Geological Survey and surveyor of the Sierra Nevada Clarence King.

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