Wasatch Mountains from space in the fall. Draper is along the west and Lone Peak casts its shadow in the upper right.
View of the Wasatch Range from the Jordan Campus of Salt Lake Community College.
U-shaped valley carved by a glacier; Little Cottonwood Creek Valley, Wasatch Mountains, Utah.
The Salt Lake Valley, from left to right shown are Twin Peaks (11,489 ft or 3502 m), Lone Peak (11,253 ft or 3430 m), and Mount Timpanogos (11,722 ft or 3573 m) covered in clouds on the far right upper corner. Twin Peaks has a rise of 7,099 ft (2,164 m) or 2164 m from the valley floor. The valley floor depicted is almost completely urbanized.