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Utah Base and Elevation Maps

The two maps shown here are digital base and elevation maps of Utah.

Utah map This Utah base map highlights the location of the state capitol, Salt Lake City, and major cities throughout the state. Portions of Utah's border states, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, and Idaho are included to show the relationship between Utah and its neighbors. A small inset shows Utah among the other 47 Continental United States.

The southeast corner of Utah touches the southwest corner of Colorado, the northwest corner of New Mexico, and the northwest corner of Arizona. This unique place is referred to as Four Corners.

Utah base map
Utah map This elevation map of Utah illustrates the number of feet or meters the state rises above sea level. Utah is the third highest state in the union with a mean elevation of 6,100 feet above sea level. Its lowest point is Beaverdam Wash at 2,000 feet above sea level.

The highest point in Utah is Kings Peak, at 13,528 feet above sea level. It's found in Duchesne County in the northeast part of the state about 20 miles south of the Wyoming border. About 42 miles north of Duchesne, in the Uintus Wilderness Area, in the Ashley and Wasatch National Forests, Kings Peak is the seventh highest of the state's high points.

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Utah elevation map


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