The day after getting home from our beach vacation, I got to escape the heat and head to the high country of the Uinta mountains. The backpacking trip was a send off of sorts for a young man in our ward before he leaves on a mission. We trekked in about 4 1/2 miles to Ibantik Lake, one of the most unique lakes I've seen in the Uintas. It has a turquoise color to it, and the fish seem to take on the color of the water. The lake rests at the base of Notch Mountain which offers a beautiful backdrop, and is the home to many wild mountain goats. We cooked, we ate, we fished, and we all put our heads in a waterfall that comes straight out of a glacier. Can you say brain freeze?
Ibantik Lake Pictures
This post authored by Jason