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Echo is a minor reservoir that lies in the Weber River drainage, and sits near where I-80 and I-84 join just before I-80 heads up into Wyoming. The reservoir sites at 5,560 ft of elevation, and covers approximately 1450 acres. A popular weekend destination for many, this small reservoir gets plenty of boat traffic on a typical summer weekend.
The water level fluctuates pretty rapidly here, mostly due to the relatively small size of the reservoir, and the fact that the Weber River which feeds it also has to pass through the upstream Rockport Reservoir before it makes its way to Echo.
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