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Wyoming County Prominence Peaks

RankCountyPeak Prom-M  Elev-M Range (Level 5)
 WashakieCanyon Creek Peak1591695Southern Bighorn Mountains
3.Big HornCloud Peak21544013Central Bighorn Mountains
3.JohnsonCloud Peak21544013Central Bighorn Mountains
16.SheridanDry Fork Ridge3422585Northern Bighorn Mountains
9.CarbonElk Mountain10043400Medicine Bow Mountains
 LaramieFarthing Butte1382089Laramie Mountains
6.ParkFrancs Peak12364009Southern Absaroka Range
1.FremontGannett Peak21564207Northern Wind River Range
1.SubletteGannett Peak21564207Northern Wind River Range
18.GoshenGoshen County High Point2891865Wyoming-NW Nebraska High Plains
5.TetonGrand Teton19904197Teton Range
23.LaramieIron Benchmark1432248Laramie Mountains
8.AlbanyLaramie Peak10103131Laramie Mountains
14.SweetwaterLittle Mountain4732783East Flaming Gorge Area
15.UintaMedicine Butte3472624Central Uinta Range
13.NatronaMine Benchmark5242780Southern Bighorn Mountains
22.NiobraraNiobrara County High Point1511859Wyoming-NW Nebraska High Plains
19.CampbellNorth Butte2571845Wyoming-NW Nebraska High Plains
10.Hot SpringsOwl Creek Mountains High Point6633010Owl Creek Mountains
21.WashakieRenner Butte1601660Central Bighorn Mountains
17.PlatteSquaw Mountain2922176Laramie Mountains
20.WestonSweetwater Mountains High Point2441963Southern Black Hills
12.ConverseWarbonnet Peak5282869Laramie Mountains
11.CrookWarren Peaks5492027Bear Lodge Mountains
7.LincolnWyoming Peak10783468Wyoming Range

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List Description

Acknowledgements: List compiled in 2006 by Edward Earl. See web link below.

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