Utah Reserves


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Name County USGS Topo Map
Ashdoen Gorge Wilderness Iron Flanigan Arch
Ashdown Gorge Wilderness Iron Flanigan Arch
Beartrap Canyon Wilderness Washington Kolob Reservoir
Blackridge Wilderness Washington Smith Mesa
Box-Death Hollow Wilderness Garfield Roger Peak
Canaan Mountain Wilderness Washington Hildale
Cedar Mountain Wilderness Tooele Quincy Spring
Cottonwood Canyon Wilderness Washington Harrisburg Junction
Cottonwood Forest Wilderness Washington Harrisburg Junction
Cougar Canyon Wilderness Washington Docs Pass
Dark Canyon Wilderness San Juan Woodenshoe Buttes
Deep Creek North Wilderness Washington Cogswell Point
Deep Creek Wilderness Washington Cogswell Point
Deseret Peak Wilderness Tooele Deseret Peak West
Doc's Pass Wilderness Washington Docs Pass
Goose Creek Wilderness Washington Temple of Sinawava
High Uintas Wilderness Duchesne Garfield Basin
Joshua Tree Natural Area Washington Castle Cliff
LaVerkin Creek Wilderness Washington Kolob Reservoir
Lone Peak Wilderness Utah Dromedary Peak
Mount Naomi Wilderness Cache Naomi Peak
Mount Nebo Wilderness Juab Mona
Mount Olympus Wilderness Salt Lake Mount Aire
Mount Timpanogos Wilderness Utah Timpanogos Cave
Navajo Indian Reservation San Juan Monument Pass
Naval Oil Shale Reserve Number Two Uintah Dog Knoll
Paiute Indian Reservation Iron Kanarraville
Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness Washington Grass Valley
Red Butte Wilderness Washington Smith Mesa
Red Mountain Wilderness Washington Santa Clara
Slaughter Creek Wilderness Washington Goldstrike
Taylor Creek Wilderness Washington Kolob Arch
Twin Peaks Wilderness Salt Lake Dromedary Peak
Wellsville Mountain Wilderness Box Elder Honeyville
Zion Wilderness Washington The Guardian Angels
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