The Rocky Mountains (or Rockies) are a major mountain range in western North America. The Rockies stretch more than 2,980 miles from the northernmost part of British Columbia, in western Canada, to New Mexico, in the southwestern United States. The range's highest peak is Mount Elbert located in Colorado at 14,440 feet sea level.

Currently, much of the mountain range is protected by parks, and is a popular tourist destination, especially for skiing and snowboarding.

Rocky Mountains in A Different Flesh[]

By 1988, the Rockies were home to one of three wild sim preserves in the Federated Commonwealths of America. The other two were in the plains and the northwest woods.

Rocky Mountains in The Disunited States of America[]

In the 19th century, territory in the Rocky Mountains were fought over by different nation-states. In the Rocky Mountain War, Deseret won its independence.

Rocky Mountains in "Powerless"[]

The Rockies were a popular holiday spot for upper party members of the various fraternal socialist states in the world.[1]

Rocky Mountains in The Two Georges[]

During Stephen Douglas' tenure as Governor-General, the North American Union expanded its borders past the Rocky Mountains.[2]

Rocky Mountains in "Vilcabamba"[]

Shortly after the Krolp attacked Earth, Canada and the United States merged in order to pool resources against their alien foe. It didn't do either much good. Within a few years, both Canada and the US were reduced to a rump state along the Rocky Mountains along with the Wasatch Range. The U.S. President also doubled as Prime Minister of Canada, and these became hereditary offices.

Fifty years after the Krolp dominated most of North America, Canada and the U.S. were completely defeated once and for all after a three day uprising.

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  1. Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction September/October, 2018.
  2. The Two Georges, pg. 430 PB, 281 HC.