Going-to-the-Sun Mountain (9,647 feet (2,940 m)) is located in Glacier National Park and rises dramatically above St. Mary Valley just north of the Going-to-the-Sun Road. The mountain was named by James Willard Schultz in 1888.
By elevation Going-to-the-Sun Mountain is
# 6 out of 204 in Glacier County # 12 out of 252 in Glacier National Park # 79 out of 1850 in the Central Montana Rocky Mountains # 7 out of 545 in the Lewis Range
By prominence Going-to-the-Sun Mountain is
# 16 out of 204 in Glacier County # 29 out of 252 in Glacier National Park # 40 out of 545 in the Lewis Range
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