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Pine Park, Utah

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Dixie National Forest, Topo Map

Larry Schaibley Editor

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   This park has some outstanding scenery that you really need to see for yourself. Don't miss this one.

Enlarge this map and download the GPX topography track  HERE  for more detail.

You can also open this kmz file if you have Google Earth

Pine Park Topography Map
   Coming back from a trip to Panaca to see a hot spring and to see Condor Canyon we decided to try a different way back to Enterprise across Crestline Road in Nevada, which turns into Rt. 120 in Utah. Our fellow traveler, Jerry Reber, had us take a 10 mile detour to Pine Park, Utah. Jerry says this is a great place to camp out for a weekend because it is not well known and the scenery for quite a distance around the park is fabulous. The campground elevation is 5650 ft. All the rock formations are "white". Maybe white sandstone? Enjoy the photos and go see this for yourself.

View this slideshow in HD and full screen for a better view.

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