Bear River Range facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBear River Range
Autumn aspens in the Bear River Range
|Peak||Naomi Peak (Cache County, Utah &
Mount Naomi Wilderness)
|Elevation||9,979 ft (3,042 m)|
|Area||1,615 sq mi (4,180 km2)|
|Parent range||Wasatch Range|
The range forms the eastern boundary of the Cache Valley. One of the mountains' sinks (Peter Sinks) recorded the lowest temperature in Utah on February 1, 1985, at −69 °F (−56 °C), which is also the second-lowest temperature ever recorded in the contiguous United States. U.S. Highway 89 via Logan Canyon provides the only major route through the mountains, and the canyon is the location of Logan River, the Beaver Mountain ski resort, and Tony Grove Lake.
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