Abiathar Peak facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsAbiathar Peak
|Elevation||10,928 ft (3,331 m)|
|Prominence||848 ft (258 m)|
|Location||Yellowstone National Park,
Park County, Wyoming, US
|Parent range||Absaroka Range|
|Topo map||Abiathar Peak|
Abiathar Peak el. 10,928 feet (3,331 m) is a mountain peak in the northeastern section of Yellowstone National Park of Absaroka Range. The peak was named by members of the 1885 Hague Geological Survey to honor Charles Abiathar White, a geologist and paleontologist who had participated in early western geological surveys. White never visited Yellowstone.
Abiathar Peak Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.