Absaroka Range

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Ab·sa·ro·ka Range

A section of the Rocky Mountains in northwest Wyoming and southern Montana rising to 4,012 m (13,164 ft).
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Ab•sa′ro•ka Range′

(æbˈsɑr ə kə)
a mountain range in S Montana and NW Wyoming. Highest peak, 13,140 ft. (4005 m).
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Flanked by the stunning Absaroka Mountains, this railroad town steals the heart of many a visitor with its old brick buildings, unpretentious vibe and fun-loving spirit.
I knew that I was surrounded by and had traveled as a wilderness ranger through Shoshone Forest, the Absaroka Mountains, Wapiti Valley, and that I had little to no knowledge of the Apsaalooke or Shoshone origins of those names.
Sea kayak beautiful Yellowstone Lake, ringed with geyser basins and framed by the Absaroka Mountains. Paddle down the Southeast and Flat Mountain arms of Yellowstone Lake, and break out rods and reels because cutthroat trout abound!
Pronghorn fawns that dance on the flats of the Jackson Hole valley in Wyoming during the summer trek over the Absaroka Mountains each autumn to winter on the Red Desert, some 300 miles away.
The views from Leuschen's Switchback Ranch, straddling the Beartooth and Absaroka Mountains, are nearly as stunning as the panorama from his New York office on Fifth Avenue, high above Central Park.
After mushing through the Absaroka Mountains, defrost in the warm waters at Chico Hot Springs Resort.
BON Voyage can't guarantee that you'll meet Robert Redford on its new "Horse Whisperer" holidays, but you'll certainly get acquainted with the other rugged, good-looking stars of the film - the Absaroka Mountains.
The US specialist (01703 30332) has introduced seven-night holidays staying at the Absaroka Mountain Ranch in Gun Barrel Canyon.
It is early spring in Wyoming's Absaroka Mountains. Broken Toe has been up and around for a few weeks now.
The 63 Ranch (the name refers to an early-day cattle brand) straddles Mission Creek and gazes south to the knife-edged peaks of the Absaroka Mountains. But the three siblings' timing could have been better.