Utah in Context
Utah's Great Salt Lake is by far the greatest of the many remnant post-ice age lakes of the Great Basin. The confluence of the Green and Colorado Rivers in Canyonlands National Park is the key junction in the overall drainage system of the Colorado Plateau and the whole American Southwest.
Our new Utah map is available in three sizes (with identical content). It includes neighboring portions of Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada.
Small - Scale is 1:1,250,000; 1” = about 20 miles
Medium - Scale is 1:1 million or 1” = about16 miles
Large - Scale is 1:750,000; 1” = about 12 miles
Dimensions: All map dimensions are approximate.