Absaroka Mountains Photography Gallery

Black Wolf Looking Back
Standing Black Wolf
Black Wolf Howling
Black Wolf Stopping and Looking in Meadow
Black Wolf Running
Black Wolf Walking Through Meadow
Cautious Hiker on Cliff
Cautious Hiker on Cliff
Happy Ice Climber on Waterfall
Waterfall and Ice Climbers
Ice Climbers on Waterfall
Shoshone River South Fork Canyon
Hiker on Steep Ledge
Sandstone Hill on Chief Joseph Highway
Sandstone Hill on Chief Joseph Highway
Sandstone Hill on Chief Joseph Highway
Sandstone Hill on Chief Joseph Highway
Sandstone Hill on Chief Joseph Highway
Peak Above Sunlight Creek
Peak Above Sunlight Creek
Sunlight Creek in Sunlight Basin

Absaroka Mountains Information

The Absaroka Mountains are considered the backbone of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. These massive mountains stretch from northern Jackson Hole, through eastern Yellowstone National Park, and terminate just north of Yellowstone as they intersect the Beartooth Mountains. The highest point in Yellowstone National Park is found in these very mountains at Eagle Peak surrounded by a pristine mountain environment. It's in this very area that the mountains also rise above the most remote location in the lower 48, known as The Thoroughfare. The eastern Absarokas give way to the high deserts that make up much of Wyoming as they tower above the town of Cody. They're visible for dozens of miles to the east. The annual Cody Ice Climbing Festival also heads into the Absaroka Mountains up the South Fork of the Shoshone River.

21 total photos in this gallery

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