Mount Peale is the highest point in the La Sal Mountains of San Juan County, in the southeastern part of the US state of Utah. It is also the highest point in Utah outside the Uinta Mountains.It is located about 20 mi (32 km) southeast of Moab. The peak rises high above the surrounding terrain, and this rise and its isolation from higher peaks help make it the 23rd most topographically prominent peak in the contiguous United States and an ultra prominent peak.
Activity: Fishing, Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding
Prominence: 6161 ft/1878 m
Peak elevation: 12,720 feet (3,877.06 m)