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  • The Park Hills, el. 6,260 feet (1,910 m) is a sub-range of the Little Belt Mountains northwest of White Sulphur Springs, Montana in Meagher County, Montana....
  • The Papoose Hills, el. 2,815 feet (858 m) is a set of hills northwest of Glasgow, Montana in Valley County, Montana....
  • The Opheim Hills, el. 3,304 feet (1,007 m) is a set of hills northwest of Opheim, Montana in Valley County, Montana....
  • The North Moccasin Mountains, el. 5,384 feet (1,641 m) is a small mountain range northwest of Hilger, Montana in Fergus County, Montana....
  • There are a number of small foothills known as the North Hills, in Montana. One group is el. 3,556 feet (1,084 m) is northwest of Missoula, Montana in Missoula County, Montana. Another is due north of...
  • The Mission Mountains or Mission Range are a range of the Rocky Mountains located in northwestern Montana in the United States. They lie chiefly in Lake County and Missoula County and are south and ea...
  • The Milk River Hills, el. 2,644 feet (806 m) is a set of hills east of Fort Peck, Montana in McCone County, Montana....
  • The Madison Range is a mountain range located in the Rocky Mountains of Montana and Idaho, U.S. The range was named in honor of future President of the United States, then U.S. Secretary of State Jame...
  • The Long Pines, el. 4,085 feet (1,245 m) is a small mountain range southeast of Ekalaka, Montana in Carter County, Montana....
  • The Livingston Range is a mountain range located primarily in Glacier National Park in the U.S. state of Montana, and in the extreme southeastern section of the Canadian province of British Columbia. ...
  • The Little Wolf Mountains, el. 4,800 feet (1,500 m) is a small mountain range southwest of Colstrip, Montana in Big Horn County, Montana....
  • The Little Snowy Mountains, el. 5,978 feet (1,822 m) is a small mountain range southeast of Lewistown, Montana in Fergus County, Montana....
  • The Little Rocky Mountains also known as the Little Rockies are a group of buttes, roughly 765 km2 in area located towards the southern end of the Fort Belknap Agency in Blaine County and Phillips Cou...
  • The Little Belt Mountains are a section of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. state of Montana. Situated mainly in the Lewis and Clark National Forest, the mountains are used for logging and recreation f...
  • The Limestone Hills, el. 4,977 feet (1,517 m) is a sub-range of the Big Belt Mountains southwest of Townsend, Montana in Broadwater County, Montana....
  • The Lewis Range is a mountain range located in the Rocky Mountains of northern Montana, U.S. and extreme southern Alberta, Canada. Formed by the Lewis Overthrust beginning 170 million years ago, an en...
  • The Lewis and Clark Range, el. 7,109 feet (2,167 m) is a small mountain range southwest of Seeley Lake, Montana in Powell County, Montana....
  • The Larb Hills, el. 2,549 feet (777 m) is a set of hills southwest of Saco, Montana in Phillips County, Montana....
  • The Judith Mountains are located in the north central area in the U.S. State of Montana Judith Peak is the highest summit of this range, with an elevation of 6,428 feet....
  • The John Long Mountains, el. 7,923 feet (2,415 m) is a small mountain range northwest of Philipsburg, Montana in Granite County, Montana....
  • The Humbolt Hills, el. 3,314 feet (1,010 m) is a set of hills northeast of Ekalaka, Montana in Carter County, Montana....
  • The Horseshoe Hills, el. 6,673 feet (2,034 m) are a set of hills north of Manhattan, Montana in Gallatin County, Montana. They lie between the Big Belt Mountains and the Bridger Range...
  • The Horn Mountains, el. 7,638 feet (2,328 m), is a small mountain range northwest of Henry's Lake, Idaho in Madison County, Montana....
  • The Honeycomb Hills, el. 3,094 feet (943 m) is a set of hills southeast of Powderville, Montana in Powder River County, Montana....
  • The Highwood Mountains cover approximately 4,659 km² (1,799 sq mi) in north central Montana in the U.S., east of Great Falls and Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge, at the northern end of the Lewis...
  • The Highland Mountains, el. 9,081 feet (2,768 m)is a small mountain range southwest of Whitehall, Montana in Silver Bow and Madison County, Montana....
  • The Henrys Lake Mountains, el. 10,148 feet (3,093 m) is a small mountain range northwest of West Yellowstone, Montana in Madison County, Montana....
  • The Greenhorn Range, el. 8,622 feet (2,628 m) is a small mountain range south of Virginia City, Montana in Madison County, Montana....
  • The Gravelly Range, el. 8,258 feet (2,517 m) is a mountain range southwest of Cameron, Montana in Madison County, Montana....
  • The Granite Range, el. 11,092 feet (3,381 m) is a mountain range southwest of Absarokee, Montana in Stillwater County, Montana....
  • The Garnet Range, el. 6,014 feet (1,833 m) is a mountain range northeast of Drummond, Montana in Powell County, Montana....
  • The Gallatin Range is located in the U.S. states of Montana and Wyoming and includes more than 10 mountains over 10,000 feet (3,000 m). The highest peak in the range is Electric Peak at 10,969 feet (3...
  • The Franklin Hills, el. 4,879 feet (1,487 m) is a set of hills southeast of Melville, Montana in Sweet Grass County, Montana....
  • The Flint Creek Range, el. 6,542 feet (1,994 m) is a mountain range northeast of Philipsburg, Montana in Granite County, Montana....
  • The Flattops, el. 3,835 feet (1,169 m) is a small set of hills northeast of Hammond, Montana in Carter County, Montana....
  • The Flathead Alps, el. 8,337 feet (2,541 m) is a small mountain range northeast of Seeley Lake, Montana in northeastern Powell County, Montana. The range is located primarily within the Bob Marshall W...
  • The Elkhorn Mountains are a mountain range in southwestern Montana, part of the Rocky Mountains and are roughly 300,000 acres (1200 km²) in size. It is an inactive volcanic mountain range with the hi...
  • The Ekalaka Hills, el. 4,019 feet (1,225 m), is a small mountain range southeast of Ekalaka, Montana in Carter County, Montana. They are closely affiliated with two related small ranges, the Long Pine...
  • The Dry Range, el. 6,152 feet (1,875 m) is a small mountain range northwest of White Sulphur Springs, Montana in Meagher County, Montana....
  • The Dickie Hills, el. 7,831 feet (2,387 m) is a small mountain range northwest of Wise River, Montana in Silver Bow County, Montana....
  • The Dahl Hills, el. 3,245 feet (989 m) is a set of hills southwest of Opheim, Montana in Valley County, Montana....
  • The Crazy Mountains form an isolated island range east of the Continental Divide. Others include the Castle Mountains, Little Belt Mountains, Big Snowy Mountains, Little Snowy Mountains, Highwood Moun...
  • The Columbia Mountains are a group of mountain ranges located in southeastern British Columbia, and partially in Montana, Idaho and Washington. The mountain range covers 135,952 km² (52,491 sq mi). T...
  • The Coeur d'Alene Mountains are the northwestern-most portion of the Bitterroot Range, part of the Rocky Mountains, located in the northern Idaho and westernmost Montana in the Western United States....
  • The Chalk Buttes, el. 4,150 feet (1,260 m) is a small mountain range northeast of Powderville, Montana in Carter County, Montana....
  • The Centennial Mountains are the southern most sub-range of the Bitterroot Range in the U.S. states of Idaho and Montana. The Centennial Mountains includes the Western and Eastern Centennial Mountains...
  • The Cayuse Hills, el. 5,079 feet (1,548 m) is a small mountain range northeast of Big Timber, Montana in Sweet Grass County, Montana....
  • The Castle Mountains, el. 8,117 feet (2,474 m) is an island range east of White Sulphur Springs in Meagher County, Montana, USA...
  • The Calderwood Hills, el. 2,799 feet (853 m), is a set of hills northeast of Glasgow, Montana in Valley County, Montana....
  • The Cabinet Mountains are part of the Rocky Mountains, located in northwest Montana and the Idaho panhandle, in the United States. The mountains cover an area of 2,134 square miles (5,527 km²). The C...
  • The Butcher Hills, el. 3,553 feet (1,083 m) is a set of hills near Ekalaka, Montana in Carter County, Montana....
  • The Bull Mountains, el. 3,845 feet (1,172 m) is a small mountain range located in Yellowstone County, Montana and Musselshell County, Montana, lying between Billings, Montana and Roundup, Montana....
  • The Bridger Range (highest point: Sacagawea Peak 9665 ft/2945 m) is a subrange of the Rocky Mountains, in southern Montana in the United States. The range runs mostly in a north - south direction betw...
  • The Boulder Mountains, el. 6,096 feet (1,858 m), is a small mountain range west of Helena, Montana in Deer Lodge County, Montana....
  • The Boulder Hills, el. 5,768 feet (1,758 m), is a set of foothills north of Boulder, Montana in Jefferson County, Montana....
  • Black Reef, el. 6,378 feet (1,944 m), is a small mountain range west of Augusta, Montana in Lewis and Clark County, Montana....
  • The Bitterroot Range (a subrange of the Rocky Mountains) runs along the border of Montana and Idaho in the northwestern United States. The range spans an area of 62,736 square kilometers (24,223 sq mi...
  • The Northern and Central Bitterroot Range, collectively the Bitterroot Mountains, is the largest portion of the Bitterroot Range, part of the Rocky Mountains, located in the panhandle of Idaho and wes...
  • The Big Snowy Mountains, el. 8,681 feet (2,646 m), are a mountain range south of Lewistown, Montana in Fergus County, Montana. One of the few points of significant elevation in the area, this is consi...
  • The Big Sheep Mountains are located in the eastern area of the U.S. State of Montana in Dawson County, Montana. They are the eastern most mountains in Montana. Nearby towns include Circle, Lindsay, an...
  • The Big Belt Mountains are a section of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. state of Montana. Situated mainly in the Helena National Forest, the mountains are used for logging and recreation for the surro...
  • The Beaverhead Mountains, el. 11,352 feet (3,460 m), are a mountain range straddling the Continental Divide in Montana and Idaho. They are a sub-range of the Bitterroot Range, and divide Beaverhead Co...
  • The Beartooth Mountains are located in south central Montana and northwest Wyoming, U.S. and are part of the 900,000 acre (3,600 km²) Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, within Custer, Gallatin and Shosho...
  • The Bear Paw Mountains (aka Bear's Paw Mountains) are an insular-montane island range in North-Central Montana, USA, located approximately 10 miles south of Havre, Montana. Baldy Mountain, which rises...
  • The Badger Hills el. 4,655 feet (1,419 m), is a set of hills in Big Horn County, Montana....
  • The Anaconda Range, informally known as the 'Pintlars', is a group of high mountains located in southwestern Montana, in the northwestern United States. The mountain range takes its name from the near...
  • The Absaroka Range is a sub-range of the Rocky Mountains in the United States. The range stretches about 150 mi (240 km) across the Montana-Wyoming border, forming the eastern boundary of Yellowstone ...
  • The Bridger Mountain Range is located north of Bozeman, Montana. It is home to the excellent Bridger Bowl Ski Area, which offers an incredibly varied Montana skiing experience, including wide open ...

  • To the western side of the Gallatin National Forest near Bozeman, Montana are the Gallatin Mountains, some of the most rugged peaks in the state. These Montana mountains provide visitors to Gallati...

  • Montana’s Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness is a rugged, untamed stretch of the two mountain ranges from which it takes its name and over 940 thousand acres of pine forested valleys, glacial lake...

  • The Wolf Mountains, el. 4,842 feet (1,476 m) is a small mountain range southeast of Lodge Grass, Montana in Big Horn County, Montana....
  • The Wilson Range, el. 7,119 feet (2,170 m) is a small mountain range in the northeast corner of Glacier National Park (U.S.) in Glacier County, Montana that parallels the international boundary with C...
  • The Whitefish Range is a mountain range stretching north-south from British Columbia, Canada to Montana, United States. It is about 76 miles (122 km) long and 58 miles (93 km) wide. Water flowing from...
  • The Tobacco Root Mountains lie in the northern Rocky Mountains, between the Jefferson and Madison Rivers in southwest Montana. 45°33?16?N 111°58?28?WCoordinates: 45°33?16?N 111°58?28?W The highest...
  • The Three Buttes, el. 3,848 feet (1,173 m), are buttes or small, flat-topped hills northwest of Lodge Pole, Montana in Blaine County, Montana....
  • The Thoeny Hills, el. 3,104 feet (946 m) is a set of hills northeast of Malta, Montana in Phillips County, Montana....
  • The Wedge, el. 10,548 feet (3,215 m) is a small mountain range southeast of Cameron, Montana in Madison County, Montana. It is a sub-range of the Madison Range....
  • The Pinnacles, el. 6,545 feet (1,995 m) is a set of mountain peaks within the Big Belt Mountains east of Craig, Montana in Cascade County, Montana....
  • The Pine Hills, el. 3,202 feet (976 m) is a small mountain range east of Miles City, Montana in Custer County, Montana....
  • The Tendoy Mountains, el. 7,854 feet (2,394 m) is a small mountain range northwest of Lima, Montana in Beaverhead County, Montana. The mountains are a subrange of the Beaverhead Mountains, part of the...
  • The Taylor Hills, el. 3,474 feet (1,059 m) is a set of hills southeast of Ekalaka, Montana in Carter County, Montana....
  • The Sweet Grass Hills (Blackfoot:kátoyissiksi) are a small group of low mountains rising more than 3,000 feet above the surrounding plains southwest of Whitlash, Montana in Liberty and Toole County, ...
  • The Swan Range is a mountain range in western Montana in the United States.Its peaks typically rise to around 8,000 to 9,000 feet (2,400 to 2,700 m). The range is bounded by the South Fork Flathead Ri...
  • The Spokane Hills, el. 4,058 feet (1,237 m) is a set of major foothills of the Big Belt Mountains to the east of Helena, Montana in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. They lie between the Helena Valley ...
  • The Spear Hills, el. 3,694 feet (1,126 m), is a set of hills south of Broadus, Montana in Powder River County, Montana....
  • The Spanish Peaks, avg el. 8,441 feet (2,573 m) is a mountain range between Bozeman, Montana and Ennis, Montana in Gallatin and Madison County, Montana. It is a sub-range of the Madison Range. The hyd...
  • The South Moccasin Mountains, el. 4,951 feet (1,509 m) is a small mountain range northwest of Lewistown, Montana in Fergus County, Montana.

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  • The South Hills, is a term for a number of small foothills in various Montana communities, most notably those at el. 3,592 feet (1,095 m) south of Missoula, Montana in Missoula County, Montana....
  • The Snowcrest Range, el. 9,846 feet (3,001 m) is a small mountain range southeast of Dillon, Montana in Madison County, Montana....
  • The Smoky Range, el. 7,100 feet (2,200 m) is a small mountain range northeast of Whitefish in Flathead County, Montana, United States....
  • The Sawtooth Range, el. 7,877 feet (2,401 m), is a small mountain range west of Choteau, Montana in Teton County, Montana....
  • The Sapphire Mountains are a range of mountains located in southwestern Montana in the northwestern United States. From a point near the Clark Fork River and the city of Missoula, they run in a southe...
  • The Salish Mountains are located in the northwest corner of the U.S. State of Montana....
  • The Ruby Range, el. 8,727 feet (2,660 m) is a mountain range southwest of Alder, Montana in Madison County, Montana....
  • The Rocky Hills, el. 6,916 feet (2,108 m), is a small mountain range south of Bannack, Montana in Beaverhead County, Montana....
  • The Pryor Mountains are a mountain range in Carbon County, Montana and Big Horn County, Montana. They are located on the Crow Indian Reservation and the Custer National Forest, and portions of them ar...
  • The Pioneer Mountains cover 2,000 square miles (5,200 km2) in Beaverhead County in southwestern Montana, USA....
  • The Piney Buttes, el. 2,651 feet (808 m) are a set of flat-topped hills, or buttes northeast of Jordan, Montana in Garfield County, Montana....
  • The Pike Creek Hills, el. 3,707 feet (1,130 m) is a set of hills west of Flatwillow, Montana in Petroleum County, Montana....