Mount Washburn is located in the north central part of Yellowstone National Park with a peak elevation of 10,243 feet (3,107 m). This photo was taken from the top of the north trailhead at the Chittenden Road parking area (8,752 feet) where you have close to a full 360 degree panoramic view. You can see 20-50 miles (32-80 km) from where you stand overlooking the peaks and valleys of Yellowstone. From the parking area, you can hike or mountain bike the north trail to the summit.
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