Salt Lake City & the Wasatch Front Map
Brightly colored map reflects the dramatic natural setting of the region. Map spans from Tooele, the Oquirrh Mountains and the east half of the Great Salt Lake (including Antelope Island) in the west eastward to Park City, Heber City and Coalville deep in the Wasatch Range. Coverage from north to south includes Layton and the Weber River in the north to Provo, Utah Lake (northern half), and Cedar Valley in the south. Map even includes the historic Pony Express route.
Bottom edge of map includes a geologic profile across the western face of the Wasatch Range that gives a sense of this dramatic backdrop to the Salt Lake City area, rising steeply as much as 7,000 feet. Map overlay includes locations of the 2000 Winter Olympic events.
Premium coated paper map, 24" x 36", 1 inch represents 2.25 miles, November 2001. Published by Bluewater Maps. ISBN 978-0-9741531-1-7.
Salt Lake City & the Wasatch Front Map (laminated) for $24.95
Laminated map, 3-mil gloss. ISBN 978-0-9741531-7-9.
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