This climate is found in the mountains of the midlatitudes. The highland climates are cool to cold, depending on the altitude; the higher the altitude, the colder the temperature. The highlands have the same seasons and the same wet and dry periods as the general area that they are located in. For instance, the mountains in desert areas receive little rain, and the mountains in humid areas receive a lot of rain. When it is winter in Utah, it is winter in the High Uintas (a wilderness area southeast of Salt Lake City), and when it is summer in Utah the temperature warms up in the High Uintas. Highland climates are found in the high elevations of the Rocky Mountains, the Andean mountain range in South America, the Alps in Europe, Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa, the Himalayans in Tibet, and Mt. Fuji in Japan.