Terra Tomah Mountain · 12,718ft (3877m)
Mt. Julian · 12,928ft (3940m)
Mt. Cracktop · 12,760ft (3889m)
Mt. Ida · 12,880ft (3926m)
Baker Mountain · 12,397ft (3779m)
Mt. Stratus · 12,480ft (3804m)
Mt. Nimbus · 12,706ft (3873m)
Mt. Cumulus · 12,725ft (3878m)
Howard Mountain · 12,797ft (3901m)
Mt. Cirrus · 12,797ft (3901m)
Lead Mountain · 12,474ft (3802m)
Early ExplorersThe Gore Range on the horizon was named for Sir St. George Gore, an Irish aristocrat who was led there on a hunting expedition in 1854 by mountain man Jim Bridger.
In 1976 Congress set aside 133,000 acres of the Gore Range as Eagles Nest Wilderness Area, which remains nearly as wild today as when Gore and Bridger first entered it.
(photo captions) · Jim Bridger, 1860 · Sir St. George Gore's pack train, 1854