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Watson Peak can refer to the following mountains in the United States:

Watson Peak (Custer County, Idaho) mountain in United States of America

Watson Peak at 10,453 feet (3,186 m) above sea level is a peak in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho. The peak is located in Sawtooth National Recreation Area in Custer County 1.41 mi (2.27 km) south-southwest White Cloud Peak 5, its line parent. Bear Lake is in the basin northwest of the peak.

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Castle Peak (Idaho) mountain in Idaho, USA

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Ryan Peak (Idaho) mountain in United States of America

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Saviers Peak the highest peak in the Smoky Mountains in Idaho

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Glassford Peak mountain in United States of America

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Norton Peak mountain in Idaho, United States of America

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Brocky Peak mountain in United States of America

Brocky Peak, at 11,839 feet (3,609 m) above sea level is the sixth highest peak in the Pioneer Mountains of Idaho. The peak is located on the border of Sawtooth and Salmon-Challis National Forests as well as Blaine and Custer counties. It is the 23rd highest peak in Idaho.

Pegasus Peak mountain in United States of America

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Bell Mountain (Idaho) mountain in the Lemhi Range of Idaho, United States

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Nicholson Peak mountain in United States of America

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Leatherman Peak mountain in United States of America

Leatherman Peak, at 12,228 feet (3,727 m) above sea level is the second highest peak in Idaho and the Lost River Range. The peak is located in Salmon-Challis National Forest in Custer County. It is 4.5 mi (7.2 km) southeast of Borah Peak, its line parent.

Mount Church (Idaho) mountain in United States of America

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Mount Idaho (mountain) mountain in United States of America

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Donaldson Peak mountain in United States of America

Donaldson Peak, at 12,023 feet (3,665 m) above sea level is the eighth-highest peak in the U.S. state of Idaho and the seventh-highest in the Lost River Range. The peak is located in Salmon-Challis National Forest in Custer County. It is 0.65 miles (1.05 km) east of Mount Church, its line parent and 1.4 miles (2.3 km) west of Mount Breitenbach.

USGS Peak mountain in United States of America

USGS Peak, at 11,982 feet (3,652 m) above sea level, is the tenth-highest peak in the U.S. state of Idaho and the eighth-highest in the Lost River Range. The peak is located in Salmon-Challis National Forest in Custer County. It is 4.15 miles (6.68 km) southeast of Lost River Peak, its line parent.

Snowyside Peak mountain in United States of America

Snowyside Peak, at 10,651 feet (3,246 m) above sea level, is the fifth-highest peak in the Sawtooth Range of the U.S. state of Idaho. The peak is located in the Sawtooth Wilderness of Sawtooth National Recreation Area at the intersection of Blaine, Custer County, and Elmore counties. It is the highest point in Elmore County. The peak is located 5.1 miles (8.2 km) south of Mount Cramer, its line parent. It is the 217th-highest peak in Idaho.

White Cloud Peak 4 mountain in United States of America

White Cloud Peak 4, also known as WCP 4, at 10,450 feet (3,190 m) above sea level is an unofficially named peak in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho. The peak is located in Sawtooth National Recreation Area in Custer County 0.68 mi (1.09 km) northeast of Watson Peak, its line parent. Swimm Lake is northeast of the peak.

Calkins Peak mountain in United States of America

Calkins Peak, is a peak also known as Calkens, O'Calkens Peak, Caulkens Peak, and O'Caulkens Peak. At an elevation of 11,487 feet (3,501 m) above sea level it is the second highest peak in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho. The peak is located in Sawtooth National Recreation Area in Custer County about 5.75 mi (9.25 km) north-northwest of Castle Peak, its line parent. It is the 46th highest peak in Idaho, and it is located about 0.5 mi (0.80 km) north-northeast of White Cloud Peak 9 and 1 mi (1.6 km) north-northwest of D. O. Lee Peak. Calkins Peak is directly north of Slide Lake, northwest of Sheep Lake, and southwest of Tin Cup Lake. Calkins Peak is named for Stephen Calkins (1842–1922), a prospector who established lode claims in the area.

References

"Geographic Names Information System". USGS. Retrieved January 12, 2013.