Francis Peak

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Francis Peak- Elevation 9,560 feet, 2,913.88 meters. Named in honor of an early pioneer, Esther Charlotte Emily Weisbrodt Francis,[1] who contributed to the colonization of the Morgan Valley in Morgan county in Utah. One of the taller peaks of the Wasatch Range, Francis Peak is located on the border between Morgan and Davis counties, approximately 18 miles north of [Salt Lake City], Utah.

The summit is accessible by hiking, biking, recreational vehicles, and automobile. Automobiles can access the peak via Skyline Drive in Bountiful, Utah and Farmington Canyon Road in Farmington, Utah. Camping sites, trails, small ponds, wildlife and great vistas are part of this rugged natural setting.

View from peak
Francis Peak
Elevation 9,560 feet
Location Farmington, Utah, USA
Range Wasatch Mountains
Coordinates N 41.033 W -111.838272

Coordinates: 41°01′59″N 111°50′18″W / 41.03306°N 111.83833°W / 41.03306; -111.83833

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