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The La Sal Mountains or La Sal Range are a mountain range located in Grand and San Juan counties, Utah along the Utah/Colorado border. The range rises above and southeast of Moab and north of the town of La Sal . This range is part of the Manti-La Sal National Forest and the southern Rocky Mountains . The maximum eleva