|Map of Bighorn Mountains|
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Major Peaks of the Bighorn Mountains
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Cloud Peak||13,167||4013||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|2.||Black Tooth Mountain||13,005||3964||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|3.||Mount Woolsey||12,978||3956||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|4.||Bomber Mountain||12,840+||3914+||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|5.||Peak 12590||12,590||3837||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|6.||Mather Peaks||12,400+||3780+||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|7.||Bighorn Peak||12,324||3756||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|8.||Darton Peak||12,275||3741||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|9.||Starvation Peak||11,640+||3548+||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|10.||Sheridan County High Point||11,020||3359||Central Bighorn Mountains|
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Bighorn Mountains
|Cloud Peak: The summit of Cloud Peak, the talus fields made treacherous by a September snowfall.|
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