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Mount Olympus & Twin Peaks Wilderness
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Year - 2003

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The Mount Olympus Wilderness was established by Congress in 1984 with the passage of the Utah Wilderness Act. Located within the central Wasatch-Cache National Forest, the Mount Olympus Wilderness consists of approximately 16,000 acres and is generally bounded on the north by Mill Creek Canyon, on the south by Big Cottonwood Canyon, on the west by the Salt Lake Valley, and on the east by Gobbler's Knob, Alexander Basin, and Dog Lake.

The Twin Peaks Wilderness encompasses 11,796 acres surrounding the Twin Peaks (elevation 11,330 feet). All but the western side of this Wilderness is in Salt Lake City municipal watershed. Its designation as Wilderness was largely to help protect the quality of the water for the people of Salt Lake City.

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