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|Elevation||7,119 ft (2,170 m)|
The Wilson Range, el. 7,119 feet (2,170 m), is a small mountain range in the northeast corner of Glacier National Park (U.S.) in Glacier County, Montana that parallels the international boundary with Canada. The range was named for Lt. Charles William Wilson (1836–1905) who was secretary to the British Boundary Commission (1858–1862).
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