Provo River Falls, Utah

The Uinta Mountains of Northern Utah are dotted with alpine lakes and streams. The highest peak in Utah, Kings Peak (13,528 ft - 4123 m) is found in this range. The Provo River Falls are very near the headwaters of the Provo River, which eventually finds its way to Utah Lake, seen here in a panorama from Squaw Peak.

Continuing their journey, these waters eventually flow from Utah Lake via the Jordan River to the Great Salt Lake, a lake with no outlet, and the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River. - Martin van Hemert