Bitterroot Range

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Bit·ter·root Range

 (bĭt′ər-ro͞ot′, -ro͝ot′)
A rugged chain of the Rocky Mountains along the Idaho-Montana border, rising to over 3,460 m (11,360 ft). The Bitterroot River rises in the central part of the range and flows about 135 km (85 mi) northward to the Clark Fork River near Missoula, Montana.

Bit′terroot Range`


n.
a mountain range between Idaho and Montana, a part of the Rocky Mountains: highest peak, 11,393 ft. (3473 m).