Area: 230 sq km.
Location: Southwest of the lower Snake Indian River
Terrain: The range is a single long, discontinuous ridge broken by several tributary streams of the Snake Indian River. Roche De Smet is the highest point in the range.
History: The range is named after its high point, Roche De Smet, which in turn was named by Iroquois working in the fur trade in honour of Belgian missionary Pierre-Jean de Smet (1801-1873) who worked among the native population of the northwestern United States and Western...more