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Kings Peak is the highest point in Utah at 13,528 ft and dominates the skyline of Henry’s Fork basin. The basin is a stunning place that makes for a great destination in itself but with beautiful peaks towering over, it doesn’t make sense to not go see what the view is like! Most people climb Kings Peak in 3 days to allow for time to relax at camp and on the summit. We chose to do 2 days knowing that those 2 days would be long.

Back in my 20’s when I trail ran, I was able to knock it out in 10 hours round trip from the car but a broken leg since then has slowed me down. No worries, I love backpacking and that is not a race at all. Day 1 took us high into Henry’s Fork basin, near the bottom of the obvious gully leading to…

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