from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A section of the Rocky Mountains in northwest Wyoming and southern Montana rising to 4,012 m (13,164 ft).
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The Bighorn Basin is an arid depression in the rainshadow of the Beartooth Mountains, Absaroka Range, and Pryor Mountains.
The horizon is dotted with peaks — the white-tipped Absaroka Range and Bear Tooth Mountains to the east and the green foothills of the Gallatins to the west.
Pilot Peak, the 'Matterhorn of the Absaroka Range,' is the most obvious landmark viewed from the Beartooth Plateau.
The dramatic peaks of Absaroka Range started to appear, but we turned back because of time.
The Absaroka Range still had snow on its peaks that reflect into Yellowstone Lake.