From Mount Hancock, 1967
|Elevation||9,609 ft (2,929 m) |
|Location||Yellowstone National Park, Teton County, Wyoming|
|Parent range||Big Game Ridge|
|Topo map||Mount Hancock|
Barlow Peak el. 9,609 feet (2,929 m) is an isolated mountain peak in the Big Game Ridge section of southwest Yellowstone National Park south of the Continental Divide. Barlow peak was named by geologist Arnold Hague in 1885 for Captain John W. Barlow an early topographical engineer mapping in the park.