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Satus Pass

Satus Pass is a high mountain pass in the Cascades in the state of Washington. The pass connects Goldendale and the Klickitat Valley to the south with the Yakama Indian Reservation and Yakima Valley to the north. The Simcoe Mountains lie to the w ...

Sherman Pass (Washington)

Sherman Pass is a high mountain pass that crosses the Kettle River Range in the state of Washington. It is the highest pass in the state maintained all year. The pass is located on the Sherman Pass Scenic Byway which traverses the Colville Nation ...

Wauconda Pass

Wauconda Pass is a high mountain pass in the state of Washington, east of the town of Wauconda. It is traversed by State Route 20.

Skinners Gap

Skinners Gap) is a mountain pass in the U.S. state of West Virginia. Skinners Gap most likely was named after a local pioneer settler.

Ahklun Mountains

The Ahklun Mountains are located in the northeast section of the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge in southwest Alaska. They extend southwest from the Kanektok and Narogurum Rivers to Hagemeister Strait and Kuskokwim Bay and support the only existi ...

Bendeleben Mountains

The Bendeleben Mountains are a mountain range on the heart of the Seward Peninsula in Nome Census Area, Alaska, United States. This range forms a major divide between drainage basins draining into the Pacific Ocean and the Arctic Ocean. The talle ...

Chilkat Range

The Chilkat Range is a mountain range in Haines Borough and the Hoonah-Angoon Census Area in the U.S. state of Alaska, west of the city of Juneau. The Chilkat Range is one of the principal divisors between Haines Borough and Glacier Bay National ...

Chugach Mountains

The Chugach Mountains of southern Alaska are the northernmost of the several mountain ranges that make up the Pacific Coast Ranges of the western edge of North America. The range is about 250 miles long and 60 miles wide, and extends from the Kni ...

Kigluaik Mountains

The Kigluaik Mountains are a 42-mile mountain chain running east to west on western Alaskas Seward Peninsula. Its highest point is the summit of Mount Osborn, at 4.714 feet 1437 meters above sea level. This remote range is home to numerous isolat ...

Ray Mountains

The Ray Mountains is a mountain range in central Alaska named for the Ray River, itself named for United States Army Captain Patrick Henry Ray, who established a meteorological station in Barrow, Alaska, in 1881. The mountains are within the Yuko ...

Russian Mountains (Alaska)

The Russian Mountains are a mountain range in Bethel Census Area, Alaska, USA. The mountains were named during the "Yellow River Stampede" of the winter of 1900-01 because a Russian Orthodox Mission was located on the south edge of the range. The ...

Takhinsha Mountains

The Takhinsha Mountains are a mountain range in Haines Borough and the Hoonah-Angoon Census Area in the U.S. state of Alaska, in the southeastern part of the state. They extend 40 km west-northwest from the northern end of the Chilkat Range to th ...

Takshanuk Mountains

The Takshanuk Mountains are a mountain range in Southeast Alaska, United States that separate the Chilkoot and Chilkat watersheds and also form the northern portion of the Chilkat Peninsula. Notable peaks include Mount Ripinski, Peak 3920, and Tu ...

Talkeetna Mountains

The Talkeetna Mountains are a mountain range in Alaska. The Matanuska and Susitna River valleys, with towns such as Trapper Creek, Talkeetna, Wasilla, Palmer, Sutton, and Chickaloon, roughly bound the Talkeetnas in the westerly parts of the range ...

Tordrillo Mountains

The Tordrillo Mountains are a small mountain range in the Matanuska-Susitna and Kenai Peninsula Boroughs in the southcentral region of the U.S. state of Alaska. They lie approximately 75 miles west-northwest of Anchorage. The range extends approx ...

White Mountains (Alaska)

The White Mountains is a 71-mile mountain range in the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area of the U.S. state of Alaska. It lies between Beaver Creek and Preacher Creek, and was named by prospectors for its composition of white limestone. The range reaches ...

Wrangell Mountains

The Wrangell Mountains are a high mountain range of eastern Alaska in the United States. Much of the range is included in Wrangell-Saint Elias National Park and Preserve. The Wrangell Mountains are almost entirely volcanic in origin, and they inc ...

York Mountains

York Mountains are located on the Seward Peninsula in the U.S. state of Alaska. They extend inland from the Bering Sea to the rocky cape of the same name. On the seaward sides, the streams have incised canyon-like valleys. Eastward, the York Moun ...

Aquarius Mountains

The Aquarius Mountains are a 45-mi long mountain range in southeast Mohave County, Arizona. The range lies in the northwest of the Arizona transition zone, and at the southwest of the Coconino Plateau, a subsection of the Colorado Plateau. The Aq ...

Blackjack Mountains, Arizona

The Blackjack Mountains are a mountain range located in Gila County, Arizona. They have a maximum elevation of 6.942 ft at Apache Peaks and a prominence of 2.580 ft. The peak has a topographic isolation of 17.88 miles, with the nearest higher pea ...

Carrizo Mountains

The Carrizo Mountains is a small, mostly circular mountain range 15 to 20 km in diameter located on the Colorado Plateau in northeastern Arizona. The range is about 20 km southwest of the Four Corners. The highest summit, Pastora Peak, is 2.869 m ...

Gila Mountains (Graham County)

The Gila Mountains of Graham County are a mountain range in central-east Arizona. It borders the Gila River and Gila Valley on the valleys northeast in north-central Graham County; also the San Carlos Indian Reservation. The mountain range sits o ...

Lukachukai Mountains

The Lukachukai Mountains are a mountain range in northeast Arizona, entirely located on the Navajo Nation. The highest point of the range is an unnamed point at 9466 feet above sea level. While open during the winter, no road maintenance is perfo ...

Mescal Mountains

The Mescal Mountains are a series of connected mountain ridges in southern Gila County, Arizona. Their highest point is El Capitan Mountain, which has an elevation of 6.568 ft and a prominence of 1.828 ft. The highest point has a topographic isol ...

Moccasin Mountains

The Moccasin Mountains is an 11-mile-long mountain range located at the Arizona–Utah border in Mohave County, Arizona, and a small north section in Kane County, Utah. The range comprises, at lower elevations, the Vermilion Cliffs, as part of its ...

Mustang Mountains

The Mustang Mountains are a mountain range located in the southeast region of Arizona, are on the northwest side of Fort Huachuca. They are found at the southern end of the Whetstone Mountains. The highest peak rises to 6.469 feet.

Peacock Mountains

The Peacock Mountains are a small, 26-mi long mountain range in northwest Arizona, USA. The range is a narrow sub-range, and an extension north, at the northeast of the Hualapai Mountains massif, which lies to the southwest. The range is defined ...

Pinal Mountains

The Pinal Mountains are a mountain range located in Gila County, Arizona. They have a maximum elevation of 7.848 ft at Pinal Peak and a prominence of over 4.000 ft. The closest city is the Globe, Arizona/Miami, Arizona area, which is just a few m ...

Sevenmile Mountains

The Sevenmile Mountains are a mountain range in central Gila County in the U.S. state of Arizona. The range has a maximum elevation of 6.629 ft and a prominence of 989 ft. The highest peak is labelled Seven on the USGS topo sheet and has a topogr ...

Arkansas Hills

The Arkansas Hills are a mountain range in Central Colorado located between the upper Arkansas River Valley and the upper South Platte River Valley. This landmass is a continuation of the ridge known as the Mosquito Range north of Trout Creek Pas ...

Blackfoot Mountains

The Blackfoot Mountains, also called the Blackfoot Range, is a small range of mountains located east of Blackfoot, Idaho. Most of the area is private property, including the ranges tallest mountain, Taylor Mountain. This mountain was named after ...

Salmon River Mountains

The Salmon River Mountains are a major mountain range covering most of the central part of the U.S. state of Idaho. The range is over 120 miles long and its boundaries are usually defined by the Salmon River and its large tributary forks. Part of ...

Chestnut Hills (Massachusetts)

Chestnut Hills is a range in Middlesex County, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The range is approximately one mile northeast of Groton. Chestnut Hills was named for the chestnut timber in the area.

Huron Mountains

The Huron Mountains are located in the Upper Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan, mostly in Marquette and Baraga counties, overlooking Lake Superior. Their highest peak is Mount Arvon which, at 1.979 feet above sea level, is the highest point ...

Sawtooth Mountains (Minnesota)

The Sawtooth Mountains are a range of hills or small mountains on the North Shore of Lake Superior in the U.S. state of Minnesota, extending about 30 miles from Carlton Peak near Tofte on the west, to Grand Marais on the east.

Finleys Mountains

Finleys Mountains is an area in Wayne County in the U.S. state of Missouri. The elevation of the location is 663 feet. The location is along Greasy Creek about two miles north of Piedmont and US Geological Survey maps show no mountain at the loca ...

Anaconda Range

The Anaconda Range, informally known as the "Pintlers", is a group of high mountains located in southwestern Montana, in the northwestern United States. The mountain range takes its name from the nearby town of Anaconda, founded by Marcus Daly in ...

Big Snowy Mountains

The Big Snowy Mountains are a mountain range south of Lewistown, Montana in Fergus County, Montana. One of the few points of significant elevation in the area, this is considered one of Montanas island ranges. The ranges highest elevation is 8.68 ...

Boulder Mountains (Montana)

The Boulder Mountains is a mountain range running north–south west of Boulder between Helena and Butte in the U.S. state of Montana. Parts of the range are in four different counties: Deer Lodge, Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and Silver Bow. Haysta ...

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