Northeastern Utah is a region which includes the counties of Dagget, Duchesne, Carbon, Emery, Uintah, and the eastern half of Summit county (east of longitude 111W).

Cities edit

Map of Northeastern Utah

  • 1 Price — the regional center, home to the College of Eastern Utah, and near Nine Mile Canyon
  • 2 Duchesne   — a small town in the High Uintahs
  • 3 Green River — a middle-of-nowhere roadside stop town with hotels and restaurants for tired I-70 drivers
  • 4 Helper — a small town home to the Western Mining and Railroad Museum
  • 5 Huntington  
  • 6 Roosevelt   — an oil town on the Ute Indian Reservation
  • 7 Vernal — the region's second largest town, located in the far northeast of the state, and near Dinosaur National Monument and Ashley National Forest

Other destinations edit

  • 1 Dinosaur National Monument – contains an extensive deposit of fossilized skeletons
  • 2 Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
  • 3 Scofield State Park — a forested park high in the Manti-LaSal Mountains. 4 Scofield Resevoir   is located here.
  • The 5 Uinta Mountains   — peaks above 13,000 ft, most notably at 6 King's Peak  , the tallest mountain in Utah, at a staggering 13,528 feet. Here you will also find the world's highest altitude long-distance hiking trail, completely above 11,000 ft, through the Ashley and Wasatch-Cache National Forests.
  • 7 Uinta National Forest   — a bit further off the beaten path for more wilderness backpacking for the adventurous, mountain biking trails, some unusual geological features, and backcountry skiing

Understand edit

Get in edit

Get around edit

Go next edit

This region travel guide to Northeastern Utah is an outline and may need more content. It has a template, but there is not enough information present. If there are Cities and Other destinations listed, they may not all be at usable status or there may not be a valid regional structure and a "Get in" section describing all of the typical ways to get here. Please plunge forward and help it grow!