Dated at nearly four billion years, the Beartooth Mountains are some of the planet's oldest rock. Since the original sediments of the Beartooths were deposited, uplift, igneous intrusions, streams, and glaciers have formed plateaus and peaks of Precambrian gneiss dissected by deep troughs and hanging valleys.
Latitude: 45.0405373 Longitude: -109.5639038 Elevation: 11727 ft
Beartooth Ranger District, Custer National Forest, USFS
6811 Highway 212
Red Lodge, MT 59068 US
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