Beaverhead Mountains

Related to Beaverhead Mountains: Beaverhead National Forest

Bea·ver·head Mountains

A section of the Bitterroot Range in the Rocky Mountains along the Continental Divide on the border between eastern Idaho and southwest Montana.
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It also grazes sheep on federal public land in Idaho and Montana.<br />That public land includes the Snakey Canyon and Kelley Canyon grazing allotments on the southern end of the Beaverhead Mountains west of Dubois, Idaho, where 2,200 sheep are permitted to graze.<br />The sheep station has operated for about a century.
The bugs, known as 'methanogens', live 200 metres beneath Lidy Hot Springs in the Beaverhead Mountains, Idaho, in the United States.