Rabbit Ears Range facts for kids
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Cattle ramp outside Rand, Colorado looking south from Jackson County Road 27, with Rabbit Ears Range in the background. (April 4, 2005)
|Elevation||12,301 ft (3,749 m)|
|Parent range||Rocky Mountains|
The Rabbit Ears Range (elevation approximately 11,000 ft) is a mountain range of the Rocky Mountains in north central Colorado in the United States. The range stretches east-west along the continental divide forming the border between Grand and Jackson Counties, separating Middle Park (south) from North Park (north). The range connects the Front Range on the east with the Park Range and the Gore Range on the west. It is traversable at Willow Creek Pass. Muddy Pass separates the Rabbit Ears range to the east from the Park Range to the north. Rabbit Ears Pass, and Rabbit Ears Peak, despite their names, are not in the Rabbit Ears Range, but actually reside in the Park Range to the south.
Highest Peaks of the Rabbit Ears Range
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