from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • MountTimpanogos The highest of the Wasatch Mountains in north-central Utah, rising to 3,662 m (12,008 ft).


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  • Worth mentioning about our Orem visit: It's a lot harder now to get tickets to the Timpanogos Cave than it was when I was a kid, so we scratched that outing.

    Philocrites: Relaxing up one side and down the other in Utah.

  • Another company of one hundred and fifty persons from New York, formed in 1831, and headed by Captain Bonneville of the United States army, has pushed its enterprise into tracts before but little known, and has brought considerable quantities of furs from the region between the Rocky Mountains and the coasts of Monterey and Upper California, on the Buenaventura and Timpanogos rivers.

    Astoria, or Anecdotes of an Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains

  • A few days before her death, Doug and Faylene had taken a trip to Timpanogos Cave National Monument, in Utah.

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  • Timpanogos, Utah, Special Sewer District, $72 million of debt securities.

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  • Asics Invitational at Timpanogos, 8 a.m. College baseball - Local News

  • They are riding in a charity drive from Timpanogos

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  • Shelly Rentmeister met up with a dozen of her friends at Timpanogos Harley Davidson to answer Roland Steadham's call to help children.

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  • There were stretches like that in every quarter, with Pleasant Grove pulling ahead and Timpanogos working hard to narrow the gap.


  • With star center Morgan Bailey on the bench Wednesday night at Pleasant Grove, the Timpanogos girls basketball team took an entire quarter to figure out how to play without her.


  • Timpanogos was paced by Trevor Thomas with 17 points, followed by Andrew Eide with 12 and Trevor Thomas with 11.



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