The San Pitch Mountains are a 40-mile (64 km) long mountain range located in Juab and Sanpete Counties, Utah, USA. The range's southwest lies adjacent a north-flowing stretch of the Sevier River, as it transitions north, northwest, west, and then sothwest into the Sevier Desert. The river traverses around the adjacent mountain ranges of the Valley and Canyon Mountains.
The range is north-south trending and located between the Juab Valley west and the Sanpete Valley east. Yuba State Park is in the south of Juab Valley and borders the range's southwest, on the Sevier River.
The San Pitch Mountains are the location of Maple Canyon, which along with adjoining Box Canyon is an internationally famous rock climbing area, due to the composition of the rock walls being a conglomerate, with hundreds of routes of widely varying difficulty.