What are the six Rocky Mountain states?
those states in the region of the Rocky Mountains, including Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming, and sometimes Arizona and New Mexico.
What is the most mountainous state in the United States?
States with the highest mountains — Alaska, California and Colorado — also contain extensive plains and relatively flat valleys. It turns out that West Virginia is the nation’s most mountainous state, though its highest peak, Spruce Mountain, is only about 4,864 feet in height.
What state has the most mountain peaks?
Nevada has more than 300 named mountain ranges, all running north-south as part of the Great Basin complex. Elevations range from 2,000 to 3,000 feet. The state has the most number of peaks above 10,000 feet.