Ferris Mountains March 2019 - Wondrous Wyoming

When we drove to Rawlins a few weeks ago, we had to drive through the Great Divide Basin. One of the most prominent features of the landscape is the Ferris Mountains.

Here we see them with fresh snow and the clouds just lifting for the day.

(Image taken from Independence Rock.)

According to Wikipedia, this mountain range is in Carbon County, Wyoming, and reaches a height of 10,037 feet at the summit of Ferris Peak. That sounds very high until you realize that it only rises 3,000 feet above the Great Divide Basin.
It's still very pretty though, isn't it?

You can learn more about these mountains on the BLM page.

Here's another shot taken across US 287.

(If these don't click larger, take a look on my Whaleshares page instead.)

Photos taken by myself in 2019 with my Pentax K30.
[//]:# (!steemitworldmap 42.493555 lat -107.132781 long Independence Rock d3scr)

Crossposted at Steem, Whaleshares and WeKu.

Previous issuesofWondrous Wyoming:
Stormy Evening SkyOne Wild and Stormy JuneRainbow Casper
July ThunderheadSmoky Skies AugustStormy Summer Afternoons in Wyoming
Street Art in Rawlins, March 25, 2019Trainspotting in Rawlins, March 25, 2019Independence Rock, March 25, 2019
Casper Mountain Falls - Frozen in JanuaryAmericana in the SnowAnother Snowy Walk
More Snowy PicturesSnowy Lamp post

Snowy Walk in Wyoming Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
January Walk Part 1 , Part 2 , Part 3

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