The Utah GAP Field database has 13,980 photos associated with it. The photos are divided by 15 mapping zones. Each zipped file contains all the photos for that mapzone and a readme file. All photos were resized to either 640x480 or 480x640 for viewing within the database and several were rotated 90 degrees left or right to place photo upright.
To see what map zones are in Utah click here.
GSLK (Great Salt Lake)-  UT1_photos.zip
contains 1,339 photos. (108 MB)
SBON (Southern Bonneville)-  UT2_photos.zip contains 1,367 photos. (105 MB)
CWMT (Central Wasatch Mountains)-  UT3_photos.zip contains 1,129 photos. (95.5 MB)
NWMT (Northern Wasatch Mountains)- UT4_photos.zip contains 1,440 photos. (133 MB)
UNMT (Uinta Mountains)- UT5_photos.zip contains 724 photos. (60.3 MB)
IDAH (Idaho)- UT6_photos.zip contains 365 photos. (25.8 MB)
NCPL (Northern Colorado Plateau)- UT7_photos.zip contains 3,905 photos. (324 MB)
TVPL (Tavaputs Plateau)- UT8_photos.zip contains 1,125 photos. (88.5 MB)
UNBN (Uinta Basin)- UT9_photos.zip contains 939 photos. (73.7 MB)
RRMT (Raft River Mountains)- UT10_photos.zip contains 453 photos. (35 MB)
WYOM (Wyoming)- UT11_photos.zip contains 203 photos. (14.2 MB)
YAMP (Yampa Basin)- UT12_photos.zip contains 490 photos. (35.1 MB)
UNCM (Uncompaghre)- UT13_photos.zip contains 68 photos. (5.2 MB)
WSRB (West Slope River Basin)- UT14_photos.zip contains 388 photos. (27.5 MB)
GSHT (Goshute)- UT15_photos.zip contains 43 photos. (3.2 MB)
1. Download the zipped file(s) from list above.
2. Save the file to your computer and unzip its contents. The photo directory (Photos) must reside in the same folder on your hard drive as the .mdb file.
3. The file directory should look something like this: Click here for a graphic display.
4. Open the UTGap_Database.mdb file in Microsoft Access and click the "camera" button to view the photos taken at a site.