Geographic low points have been largely ignored by informational books and guides, yet many are worth visiting. Fred Nash has explored the low point of every county in Utah and here presents each remote, beautiful, and interesting location. An avid hiker and a seasoned mountaineer, Nash understands the requirements for successful exploration. His colorful descriptions of each low point serve as informative templates for novice and veteran adventure travelers alike. He includes detailed driving and hiking maps, fully cross referenced to GPS coordinates for each location, as well as information on the regional hazards and geographical characteristics of each site. The presence of scenic features, potable water, public facilities, and historical and cultural elements are among the many helpful notes included. Vivid photographs offer aesthetic enticements for every low point seeker. This well crafted and enjoyable guide will be of interest to adventurers, GPS enthusiasts, 4 wheel drivers, campers, and hikers.