Wyoming 13,000-foot Peaks
Ranked Peaks have 300 feet of Clean Prominence
|Range (Level 5)||Isol-Mi||Ascent Date|
|1.||Gannett Peak||13,804||7076||Northern Wind River Range||290.4|| |
|2.||Cloud Peak||13,167||7077||Central Bighorn Mountains||145.0|| |
|3.||Grand Teton||13,770||6545||Teton Range||69.4|| |
|4.||Francs Peak||13,153||4056||Southern Absaroka Range||47.2|| |
|5.||Wind River Peak||13,192||2572||Southern Wind River Range||35.1|| |
|6.||Downs Mountain||13,349||1569||Northern Wind River Range||6.5|| |
|7.||Fremont Peak||13,745||1184||Northern Wind River Range||4.5|| |
|8.||Brown Cliffs North||13,198||1058||Northern Wind River Range||2.6|| |
|9.||Mount Warren||13,722||982||Northern Wind River Range||2.0|| |
|10.||South Downs Mountain||13,062||442||Northern Wind River Range||1.8|| |
|11.||Harrower Peak||13,052||952||Northern Wind River Range||1.8|| |
|12.||Bastion Peak||13,494||754||Northern Wind River Range||1.6|| |
|13.||American Legion Peak||13,205||945||Northern Wind River Range||1.5|| |
|14.||Black Tooth Mountain||13,005||665||Central Bighorn Mountains||1.5|| |
|15.||Klondike Peak||13,114||664||Northern Wind River Range||1.3|| |
|16.||Mount Febbas||13,468||728||Northern Wind River Range||1.1|| |
|17.||Mount Woodrow Wilson||13,502||522||Northern Wind River Range||1.1|| |
|18.||Mount Whitecap||13,020||600||Northern Wind River Range||1.0|| |
|19.||Bow Mountain||13,020||680||Northern Wind River Range||.9|| |
|20.||Knife Point Mountain||13,001||661||Northern Wind River Range||.9|| |
|21.||Mount Helen||13,620||840||Northern Wind River Range||.9|| |
| ||Meiers Crag||13,060||200||Northern Wind River Range||.9|| |
|22.||Mount Sacagawea||13,569||429||Northern Wind River Range||.8|| |
|23.||Flagstone Peak||13,450||830||Northern Wind River Range||.8|| |
|24.||Jackson Peak||13,517||737||Northern Wind River Range||.8|| |
| ||Gjetetind||13,202||142||Northern Wind River Range||.8|| |
| ||Northwest Peak||13,246||186||Northern Wind River Range||.7|| |
|25.||Henderson Peak||13,115||775||Northern Wind River Range||.7|| |
|26.||Split Mountain||13,155||615||Northern Wind River Range||.7|| |
|27.||Desolation Peak||13,155||935||Northern Wind River Range||.7|| |
| ||Horse Ridge-Northeast Peak||13,185||165||Northern Wind River Range||.6|| |
| ||Chimney Rock||13,300||80||Northern Wind River Range||.6|| |
|28.||Twin Peaks||13,185||405||Northern Wind River Range||.6|| |
|29.||Pinnacle Ridge||13,365||345||Northern Wind River Range||.5|| |
|30.||Mount Koven||13,265||445||Northern Wind River Range||.4|| |
| ||Pedestal Peak||13,340||280||Northern Wind River Range||.4|| |
|31.||Forked Tounge Pinnacle||13,220||320||Northern Wind River Range||.4|| |
|32.||Sunbeam Peak||13,460||600||Northern Wind River Range||.4|| |
| ||Rampart Peak-East Peak||13,370||150||Northern Wind River Range||.4|| |
|33.||Turret Peak||13,620||640||Northern Wind River Range||.4|| |
| ||Miriam Peak||13,080||260||Northern Wind River Range||.4|| |
|34.||Spearhead Pinnacle||13,220||320||Northern Wind River Range||.4|| |
| ||Gannett Peak-South Peak||13,295||75||Northern Wind River Range||.3|| |
|35.||Flagstone Peak-Southeast Peak||13,180||320||Northern Wind River Range||.3|| |
| ||Rampart Peak||13,435||175||Northern Wind River Range||.3|| |
| ||Bastion Peak-Northeast Peak||13,470||210||Northern Wind River Range||.3|| |
|36.||The Sphinx||13,258||318||Northern Wind River Range||.2|| |
| ||Doublet Peak||13,600||220||Northern Wind River Range||.2|| |
| ||Twin Peaks-West Peak||13,160||180||Northern Wind River Range||.2|| |
| ||The Enclosure||13,320||160||Teton Range||.2|| |
| ||Bobs Towers||13,040||140||Northern Wind River Range||.2|| |
| ||Dinwoody Peak||13,480||100||Northern Wind River Range||.1|| |
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The majority of the peaks on this list are in a dense cluster in the northern Wind River Range, surrounding Dinwoody Glacier and vicinity. This area holds the most spectacularly rugged glaciated terrain in the U.S. Rocky Mountains.
Five Wyoming "thirteeners" lie outside this area: one in the southern Wind Rivers, two in the Bighorn Mountains, one in the Absaroka Mountains, and one in the Tetons, the world-famous "Grand".
Selected Guidebook(s) for this List Climbing and Hiking in the Wind River Mountains (Kelsey)
Caution: These books feature many of the peaks on this list, but may not have information on all of them.
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