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As illustrated in the maps on this website, the state of Utah is perhaps the world's most scenically and geologically diverse region. Elevations in Utah range from 2,000 feet to over 13,000 feet above sea level. Much of western Utah is a part of the Great Basin desert. Southern Utah is a region with significant sections of sandstone and other rock formations. The Wasatch Mountains, part of the rocky mountains are a significant part of central and northern Utah. These maps will give you significant detail about each part of the state.
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