Kings Peak, at 13,538 feet, is Utah's highest mountain, but its lonely at the top. The state's next three tallest peaks are neighbors of Kings Peak in the High Uintas. Many other mountains are between 12,000 and 13,000 feet. Some of state's best-known summits, however, are under 12,000 feet. They include Mount Timpahogos, Mount Nebo and Mark Eaton.