- Park Range
a range of the Rocky Mountains in central Colorado. Highest peak, Mt. Lincoln, 14,287 ft. (4355 m).
* * *▪ mountains, Colorado-Wyoming, United Statessegment of the Rocky Mountains, extending south-southeastward for about 200 miles (320 km) from Carbon county, Wyo., to northwestern Park county, Colo., U.S. The range lies to a large extent within Medicine Bow, Pike, Arapaho, Routt, and White River national forests and includes the Mosquito (Colorado), Gore (Colorado), and Sierra Madre (Wyoming) subranges. Many peaks surpass 14,000 feet (4,300 m), with Mount Lincoln (14,286 feet [4,354 m]) the highest point. Major highways cut through Vail (10,603 feet [3,232 m]) and Rabbit Ears (9,426 feet [2,873 m]) passes, leading to popular winter-sports areas. The headstreams of the North and South Platte rivers rise in the range.
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Park Range — may refer to:*The Park Range in northern Colorado in the United States. *The Park Range in Nevada in the United States … Wikipedia
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Park Range — Park′ Range′ n. geg a range of the Rocky Mountains in central Colorado. Highest peak, Mt. Lincoln, 14,287 ft. (4355 m) … From formal English to slang
Park Range — [descriptive] range of the Rockies, in NC Colo. & S Wyo.: highest peak, 14,284 ft (4,354 m) … English World dictionary
Park Range — (spr. rehndsch), Teil des Felsengebirges im nordamerik. Staate Colorado … Kleines Konversations-Lexikon
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