Mount Hornaday

Mount Hornaday el. 10,003 feet is a mountain peak in the northeast section of in the , Wyoming. The peak was named in 1938 for naturalist William Temple Hornaday, a former director of the who championed the cause of saving the American Bison from extinction.

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Campsite
is situated 2½ miles southeast of Mount Hornaday. Photo: Yellowstone National Park, Public domain.

Mount Hornaday

Latitude
44.9449° or 44° 56' 41.8" north
Longitude
-110.146° or 110° 8' 45.7" west
Open Location Code
85PFWVV3+XH
Elevation
10,003 feet (3049 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 356501765
Geo­Names ID
5827902
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Mount Hornaday
  • Dutch: Mount Hornaday
  • Egyptian Arabic: جبل مونت هورناداى
  • German: Mount Hornaday
  • Urdu: ماؤنٹ ہارناڈے

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