"Panguitch Lake, (Utah) at 8,208 is 2nd highest Lake in Utah. Highest is Navajo Lake at 9042 feet.
Those aren't even remotely close to the highest lakes in Utah. Almost all of the lakes in the Uinta Mountains (and many in the Wasatch Range, Boulder Mountain, La Sal Mountains, Tushar Mountains, etc). The Uinta Mountains themselves have ~2000 lakes and nearly all of them are higher than that.
I would be very surprised if Navajo or Panguich lakes even make the top 3000.
Even the largest natural lake in the Uinta Mountains (with the possible exception of Grandaddy) is Red Castle at 11,295 feet. It's 175 acres and 105 feet deep.
The highest lake in Utah I know of is at 12,305 feet and is located east of South Kings Peak. I don't think there's a photo of it on SP(?). Many other lakes are above 11,500 feet.
Zee Jay's photo below shows the Red Castle Lakes:
The one on the left is Upper Red Castle Lake at 11,542 feet. The one on the right is Red Castle Lake at 11,295 feet. Several lakes in the Uintas are higher than Upper Red Castle, though you would have to dig through the SP photos to find photos of them.
Dmitry does have a photo of Roberts Lake on my King-Emmons Ridge page:
That lake is at 11,550 (October photo-it does ice off in late summer). The un-named lakes around Mount Emmons are even higher.
A high tarn just below Trail Rider Lake is just visible in this photo, but the highest lake I know of (elevation 12,305 mentioned above) in Utah is located in the bowel (top center of the photo) above the bench with the cliffs:
Here is Trail Rider Lake (elevation 11,760) from above (lower left):
The highest lake in Oregon is supposed to be the one in the crater of South Sister (Teardrop Pool), though it's pretty small and is more a pond and usually frozen (Gordon Swenson photo):
The highest lake I've actually been to in Nevada is Johnson Lake in Great Basin National Park. It is at 10,750 feet. The one on Mount Jefferson is just higher (10.780), but it's smaller and might be considered a pond. These may be the highest lakes in Nevada, but I'm not sure about that and it's just a guess on my part that they might be.
It's possible that Goat Lake (the one near Standhope Peak in the Pioneer Mountains) Idaho might be the highest named lake in the state (?) at 10,432, but there certainly higher tarns than that.
Goat Lake (Mtybumpo photo):
I don't know what the highest lake in Wyoming is, but it's almost certainly in the Wind River Mountains. There are several lakes above 11,000 feet in the Wind River Mountains.