Type: Cabin Cabin Warming Hut, Rustic Cabins
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      Season: July 1 – Mid October (By reservation, Aquarius Trail)
      About the Area: The Aquarius Plateau is the highest timbered plateau in North America, peaking at 11,328 feet at Bluebell Knoll on Boulder Mountain. Running for about 100 miles along the northern edge of the Grand Staircase, the Aquarius Plateau encompasses more than 900 square miles. Dense aspen, spruce and fir forests, subalpine grasslands and meadows make up the landscape at the highest elevations. Ponderosa pine forests are found at the middle elevations, and pinyon and juniper pine forests thrive at the Aquarius Plateau’s lowest elevations around 5,000 to 6,000 feet.

      The Barker Reservoir is located in an aspen-spruce forest above 9,000 feet in elevation. The Department of Wildlife Resourses of Utah (DWR) stocks this lake with Brook Trout. There are several lakes for fishing surrounding the reservoir including Flat Lake, Yellow Lake, Joe Lay Reservoir, Blue Lake, Lower Barker Reservoir, and Dougherty Basin.

      This diverse area hosts a large variety of wildlife with healthy populations of deer, moose, and pronghorn antelope.

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      The Gap TrailEscalante Mountains
      • By todd Trailforks Map Team
      • #110040