These pictures are from a scenic drive through the Uinta Mountains in northeast Utah. The Uintas are the highest mountain range in the state and were still covered in snow. The road is only open for a few months each year. They had just plowed it a few days before we were there. This is near the Wyoming/Utah border. The Uintas loom in the distance. Lake is still frozen. The snow was still 6-8 feet deep on the side of the road in some parts. Huge waterfall, overflowing from the melting snow. Another waterfall.