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West Central Montana Ranges

Range TypeBogus mountain grouping for this site
Highest PointTweedy Mountain (11,154 ft/3400 m)
CountriesUnited States
States/ProvincesMontana
Area11,711 sq mi / 30,330 sq km
Area may include lowland areas
Extent137 mi / 221 km North-South
133 mi / 214 km East-West
Center Lat/Long46° 6' N; 112° 47' W
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Map of West Central Montana Ranges
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Note: Range borders shown on map are an approximation and are not authoritative.
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Other Ranges: To go to pages for other ranges either click on the map above, or on range names in the hierarchy snapshot below, which show the parent, siblings, and children of the West Central Montana Ranges.
Central Montana Rocky MountainsLevel 3 (Parent)
         Northwest Montana RangesLevel 4 (Sibling)
         Glacier National Park RangesLevel 4 (Sibling)
         Bob Marshall RangesLevel 4 (Sibling)
         West Central Montana RangesLevel 4
                 Sapphire MountainsLevel 5 (Child)
                 Garnet RangeLevel 5 (Child)
                 John Long MountainsLevel 5 (Child)
                 Flint Creek RangeLevel 5 (Child)
                 Bolder BatholithLevel 5 (Child)
                 Elkhorn MountainsLevel 5 (Child)
                 Anaconda RangeLevel 5 (Child)
                 Pioneer MountainsLevel 5 (Child)
                 Highland MountainsLevel 5 (Child)
         Central Montana RangesLevel 4 (Sibling)
         Southwest Montana RangesLevel 4 (Sibling)



Major Peaks of the West Central Montana Ranges

Ten Highest Peaks
RankPeak NameftmRange5
1.Tweedy Mountain11,1543400Pioneer Mountains
2.Torrey Mountain11,1473398Pioneer Mountains
3.West Goat Peak10,7933290Anaconda Range
4.Mount Evans10,6413243Anaconda Range
5.Granite Mountain10,640+3243+Pioneer Mountains
6.Mount Haggin10,6073233Anaconda Range
7.Baldy Mountain10,5683221Pioneer Mountains
8.Peak 1056610,5663221Pioneer Mountains
9.Mount Howe10,4723192Anaconda Range
10.Warren Peak10,4633189Anaconda Range
Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.
Child Range High Points
RankPeak NameftmRange5
1.Tweedy Mountain11,1543400Pioneer Mountains
2.West Goat Peak10,7933290Anaconda Range
3.Table Mountain10,2233116Highland Mountains
4.Mount Powell10,1683099Flint Creek Range
5.Crow Peak94142869Elkhorn Mountains
6.Kent Peak9000+2743+Sapphire Mountains
7.Haystack Mountain88192688Bolder Batholith
8.Butte Cabin Ridge84682581John Long Mountains
9.Black Mountain83302539Garnet Range



Photos of Peaks in the West Central Montana Ranges

Tweedy Mountain
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Barb Lake with Tweedy Mountain in background (2015-08-01). Photo by Eric Higginbotham.
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Torrey Mountain
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Torrey Mountain from the summit of Tweedy Mountain (2015-08-01). Photo by Eric Higginbotham.
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West Goat Peak
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West Goat Peak (center) from eastern Lost Lake (2014-09-01). Photo by Eric Higginbotham.
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Granite Mountain
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Granite Mountain in the East Pioneer Range of Montana. Photo by Charlie O'Leary (2007-08-07).
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East Goat Peak
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East Goat Peak from northeast ridge of West Goat Peak (2014-09-01). Photo by Eric Higginbotham.
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Table Mountain
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Table Mountain on left, Peak 10136 on the right. Taken from summit of Red Mountain (2014-07-20). Photo by Eric Higginbotham.
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Mount Powell
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A view down to beautiful Dempsey Basin from Mount Powell, Montana. Photo by Charlie O'Leary (2007-07-02).
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Peak 10136
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Peak 10136 from along ridge trail near summit of Red Mountain (2014-07-20). Photo by Eric Higginbotham.
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Red Mountain
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Red Mountain on the right, Peak 10136 in the middle. Picture taken from summit of Table Mountain (2007-01-27). Photo by Eric Higginbotham.
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Deer Lodge Mountain
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Deer Lodge Mountain from Summit of Mount Powell (2015-07-19). Photo by Eric Higginbotham.
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