Juab County - Ibapah Peak

Callao, Utah

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the Deep Creeks are a wilderness study area with Juab County’s highest peak. Ibapah Peak is 12,087 feet. The name is a Goshute word meaning “white clay water” for the fine particles in the streams. This is a mountain range that began gathering human history with American Indians. Fremonts inhabited the Deep Creeks—in the heart of the Great Basin—followed by the Goshute. They left their mark: petroglyphs and pictographs at some canyon mouths.
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by Tom Wharton & Paula Huff (Falcon Guides)

the Deep Creeks are a wilderness study area with Juab County’s highest peak. Ibapah Peak is 12,087 feet. The name is a Goshute word meaning “white clay water” for the fine particles in the streams.

This is a mountain range that began gathering human history with American Indians. Fremonts inhabited the Deep Creeks—in the heart of the Great Basin—followed by the Goshute. They left their mark: petroglyphs and pictographs at some canyon mouths.

©  Tom Wharton & Paula Huff/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Callao
Distance: 12.5
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Season: Best summer and fall
Local Maps: USGS Indian Farm Creek, Ibapah Peak
Driving Directions: Directions to Juab County - Ibapah Peak

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