Bighorn Mountains

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Bighorn Mountains,

range of the Rocky Mts., N central Wyo., extending c.120 mi (190 km) N into S Montana, E of the Bighorn River. Cloud Peak, 13,165 ft (4,013 m), is the highest point. The glaciated mountain range contains Bighorn National Forest.
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The war was fought here, where Crazy Woman Creek curves beneath the Bighorn Mountains, in the spring of 1892.
Montana plains stretch in all directions, bounded by the Pryor Mountains to the west and the Bighorn Mountains to the east.