from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A mountain, 3,402.3 m (11,155 ft) high, in the Gallatin Range of southern Montana near the Wyoming border. It is the highest elevation in the range.
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The many and varied attractions of the park include cliffs of black obsidian (volcanic glass); Yellowstone and Jackson lakes; Electric Peak (10,991 feet/3,350 meters), the park's highest mountain; and thousands of steam vents and hot springs, including Mammoth Hot Springs with its terraces of travertine.
Electric Peak, since it appears to be a storage battery for all of the Rocky Mountains.