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It is that wonderful time of year when we spend a quiet fall day together in the Uintas!

Imagine perching on the terrace that drops away into the North Fork Duchesne River and the forest beyond.

Draw deep into your lungs the sunny autumn air blanketing the western High Uintas Wilderness.

Listen to the finches in the pine boughs, the flow of the river, the rush of the wind in the branches.

Join the howl at the ledge, filled with good will for secret, wild places and wolves and wet meadows and goshawk and gentian.

It is our gesture of hope and wildness.

Members, families and friends of the High Uintas Preservation Council annually gather to share what we have grown in our gardens, enjoy favorite coffees, juices and cookies, bagels and other treats, and find a sunny spot on a wooden bench in the Mirror Lake amphitheater to listen to an update on what issues face the High Uintas today.

Like we affirm in our alerts, in our newsletter, in our hearts: we need you and your wild voice. Take a couple of hours to join us in the Uintas and show your love of the wild!

If you have been to a past Rendezvous, we anticipate seeing you again. Please bring a wild friend! If you haven’t, join us for the 11th annual Rendezvous. We want to meet you!

Mirror Lake is about 35 miles east of Kamas on Highway 150. Park in the lot, cross the outlet and make your way to the friendly circle of folks at the USFS amphitheater a few hundred feet away.

Make new friends, greet old ones!

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