Absaroka Range


Ab·sa·ro·ka Range

geographical name \ab-ˈsär-ə-kə, -ˈsr-kē, -ˈzr-\

Definition of ABSAROKA RANGE

mountain range S Montana & NW Wyoming E of Yellowstone National Park — see franks peak

Absaroka Range

   (Concise Encyclopedia)

Range of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. It extends from southern Montana into northwestern Wyoming, crossing portions of Gallatin, Shoshone, and Custer national forests, as well as the northeastern portion of Yellowstone National Park. The range is about 175 mi (280 km) long; its highest point is Franks Peak, at 13,140 ft (4,005 m).

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