|Elevation||14,158 ft (4,315 m)|
|Parent range||San Juan Mountains, Rocky Mountains|
The Sneffels Range, regionally conterminous with San Juans, is the name of a young, prominent, rocky, range of mountains in southwestern Colorado of the San Juan Mountains. The Sneffels Range is often compared with the Grand Tetons because they both have a similar rugged appearance and a dramatic vertical rise. The Sneffels range form the southern border of Ouray County and run west to east.
The Sneffels Range can be viewed from as far as the La Sal Mountains in eastern Utah and is very prominent from most vantage points of the Uncompahgre Valley. The most prominent peak of the Sneffels Range is Mount Sneffels reaching 14,158 feet (4,315 m).
See also 
- Outline of Colorado
- Index of Colorado-related articles
- Mountain ranges of the world
- Geography of Colorado