The Bridger Range (highest point: Sacagawea Peak 9,665 feet (2,946 m)), also known as the Bridger Mountains, is a subrange of the Rocky Mountains, in southwestern Montana in the United States. The range runs mostly in a north - south direction between Bozeman and Maudlow. It is separated from the Gallatin Range to the south by the Bozeman Pass; the Horseshoe Hills to the west by Dry Creek; the Crazy Mountains to the east by the Shields River valley; and the Big Belt Mountains to the north by Sixteen Mile Creek. The Bozeman Pass, el. 5,712 feet (1,741 m), is a narrow pass that lies between Bozeman and Livingston. Sacagawea Peak is a prominent peak visible to the northeast from Bozeman. The entire range is within Gallatin National Forest. Although the range is for the most part in Gallatin County a small portion of the range extends into Park County, Montana.
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