Greater Yellowstone Rockies
|Map of Greater Yellowstone Rockies|
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Major Peaks of the Greater Yellowstone Rockies
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Gannett Peak||13,804||4207||Wind River Range|
|2.||Grand Teton||13,770||4197||Teton Range-Yellowstone Area|
|3.||Fremont Peak||13,745||4189||Wind River Range|
|4.||Mount Warren||13,722||4182||Wind River Range|
|5.||Mount Helen||13,620||4151||Wind River Range|
|6.||Doublet Peak||13,600||4145||Wind River Range|
|7.||Turret Peak||13,600+||4145+||Wind River Range|
|8.||Mount Sacagawea||13,569||4136||Wind River Range|
|9.||Jackson Peak||13,517||4120||Wind River Range|
|10.||Mount Woodrow Wilson||13,502||4115||Wind River Range|
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Greater Yellowstone Rockies
|Gannett Peak: The summit snowfield of Gannett Peak looks like a cloud in this view from Dinwoody Pass.|
|Grand Teton: The Grand Teton and its surrounding peaks under a heavy coat of winter snow.|
|Mount Warren: Mount Warren dominates this view of the icy grandeur of the Dinwoody Glacier area of the Wind River Range, perhaps the most ruggedly alpine area of the U.S. Rockies.|
|Mount Helen: Mount Helen and its northwest face, from Titcomb Basin.|
|Cloud Peak: The summit of Cloud Peak, the talus fields made treacherous by a September snowfall.|
|Middle Teton: The famous Black Dike splits the northeast face of the Middle Teton.|
|Granite Peak: Granite Peak under ominous leaden clouds, from the slope of Froze-to-Death plateau.|
|Mount Wood: Stream crossings are a part of mountain climbing--this one is on the approach to Mount Wood, Montana.|
|Castle Mountain: Castle Mountain from Sundance Mountain - August 2004. Photo from Summitpost.com, courtesy of Jason Maehl.|
|Washakie Needles: A climber heads towards the crags of Wyoming's Washakie Needles.|
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