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Draper, UT, USA

Latitude and longitude coordinates are: 40.524670, -111.863823.

Draper is a small city in central Utah, with the number of residents close to 45,000 people. It is situated in the southern neighborhood of Sandy and a part of the large metropolitan area of Salt Lake City. The town is famous with its large eBay related facility, which employs a good number of the city's population. There are a few attractions if Draper, including a temple and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Draper, UT, USA Lat Long Coordinates Info

The latitude of Draper, UT, USA is 40.524670, and the longitude is -111.863823. Draper, UT, USA is located at United States country in the Towns place category with the gps coordinates of 40° 31' 28.8120'' N and 111° 51' 49.7628'' W.

Draper, UT, USA Geographic Information
CountryUnited States
DMS Lat40° 31' 28.8120'' N
DMS Long111° 51' 49.7628'' W
UTM Easting426,831.33
UTM Northing4,486,351.51
Country CodeUS
Zoom Level11

Coordinates of Draper, UT, USA is given above in both decimal degrees and DMS (degrees, minutes and seconds) format. The country code given is in the ISO2 format.

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DivineEyes 2022-11-19 08:29:30

I would re-word the description portion of Draper and Salt Lake City area... really anywhere from Provo area and North as being Northern Utah rather than Central Utah as that's how it is referred to in news and meteorological references.

Central Utah usually refers to the area South of Provo that includes Moab and the Native American Reservations and Southern Utah is the region with Lake Powell and the famously photographed National Parks such as Bryce, Zions, and Arches to name a few.

The state of Utah is one of the largest with very distinctly different topographical regions each of which could hold several entire European countries. Little seemingly harmless descriptive errors like Northern vs Central could result in literally hundreds or thousands of kilometers difference if a hiker goes missing and they're searching the wrong part of the trail/canyon here. Most of Central and Southern Utah has little to no mobile coverage and spotty GPS so accurate descriptions are critical for tourists and hobbyists safety especially where weather changes are concerned because of flash flooding risks.

Most places you'd have been accurate... We're the exception to nearly every rule. We have nearly every elevation, climate, and topography simultaneously contained within one state year round. It takes nearly a full day to drive from corner to corner at highway speeds only stopping to refuel. Searching the wrong area if the difference between life or death for a stranded or injured hiker and that's what most of our tourists are here to do is hike the trails for the amazing one of a kind scenery.

DivineEyes 2022-11-19 07:59:00

Wow, that satellite map is so impressive you can see the dog in the yard and count the slats of the patio awning. You can even just barely make out the peach/taupe/teal plaid pattern of the sofa on the patio. I'm truly astonished. I wish it said the exact date and time the satellite image was taken because now my curiosity is piqued. Bravo!!!