Featured Water Body - Summer 2013
Located in Summit County, Mirror Lake, is a famous example of the hundreds of high alpine lakes in the Uinta Mountains. Naturally formed by glaciers, it is the name sake for the popular highway (ST Hwy 150) and recreation area. In the shadow of Bald Mountain, Mirror Lake is located along the border of three major watersheds (Bear, Jordan, Uintah Basin) and is the headwaters for the Duchesne River. The lake sits at 10,020 feet elevation. This popular recreation area with fishing on its 20 acres and hiking opportunities abounding along the 1.3 miles of shoreline.
Beat the heat and visit one of Utah's iconic lakes this summer. Here is a map:
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