Scapegoat Mountain is a summit in the Scapegoat Wilderness of Lewis and Clark County, Montana, in the United States. With an elevation of 9,202 feet (2,805 m), Scapegoat Mountain is the 443rd highest summit in the state of Montana. Scapegoat is the highest mountain on the Continental Divide within the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex. Scapegoat is the highest peak in the 239,000-acre Scapegoat Wilderness.
The source of the Dearborn River is near Scapegoat Mountain.
By elevation Scapegoat Mountain is
# 2 out of 186 in Lewis and Clark County # 2 out of 40 in Scapegoat Wilderness Area # 34 out of 545 in the Lewis Range
By prominence Scapegoat Mountain is
# 51 out of 3867 in Montana # 2 out of 186 in Lewis and Clark County # 2 out of 40 in Scapegoat Wilderness Area # 29 out of 1850 in the Central Montana Rocky Mountains # 8 out of 545 in the Lewis Range
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