The Utah Thirteeners are all located in the High Uintas Wilderness. There are 17 peaks with 300' of prominence, 19 with 200' of prominence and 21 in the book Utah Thirteeners by David Rose. All may be linked in approximately 60 miles in a point to point route trailhead to trailhead.
Post by Peter Bakwin on Jul 20, 2017 13:09:45 GMT -5
Jared Campbell and Luke Nelson set a new FKT for this of 32h50m on July 7-8, 2017. Jared said: "Our route was very similar to that of Tom Goth and Jason Dorais, with the notable exception of opting for a long out-and-back from Gunsight to Gilbert instead of tromping across Henry's Fork. I feel that our alteration has little if any benefit and if I were to do it again I would likely choose their route. Overall it's a remarkably scenic route, especially the first half. Of the ~62 miles about 50 of them are legitimate boulder-hopping on loose talus, so one must have a high tolerance for such terrain. Our barometric altimeter suggests it has 22.6kft of ascent." The trip is reported on trailrunnermag.com, with some nice photos.