Delano Peak on January 1, 2006
|Elevation||12,174 ft (3,711 m) NAVD 88|
|Prominence||4,689 ft (1,429 m) |
|Location||Beaver / Piute counties, Utah, U.S.|
|Parent range||Tushar Mountains|
|Topo map||USGS Delano Peak|
Delano Peak is the highest point in the Tushar Mountains of south-central Utah. The Tushars are the third-highest range in the state, after the Uinta Mountains and the La Sal Range, though Delano itself is surpassed in height by at least thirty-one other Utah peaks.
Located in the Fishlake National Forest, Delano Peak is the highest point in both Beaver and Piute counties. The mountain is named for Columbus Delano (1809–1896), Secretary of the Interior during the Grant administration.
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