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The plateau, a tectonic uplift on the much larger Colorado Plateau landform, is the highest in Utah. It is over 900 square miles (2330 km²) of mostly forested highland, much of which is part of Dixie National Forest.
It has over 50,000 acres (200 km²) of rolling hilly terrain above 11,000 feet (3350 m). The plateau includes Boulder Mountain which peaks at 11,328 feet (3,452.8 m) at Bluebell Knoll.
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