Largest Cities in the Rocky Mountains

Can you name the largest American and Canadian cities that are located in the Rockies?
100K+ City proper populaton
Sources: 1,2, 3, 4
Data from 2014 US Census estimates and 2016 Canada Census
Quiz by Jakecb4
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Last updated: August 7, 2020
First submittedJune 29, 2020
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Population
State/Province
City
1,239,220
AB
Calgary
932,546
AB
Edmonton
663,862
CO
Denver
445,830
CO
Colorado Springs
353,108
CO
Aurora
216,282
ID
Boise
190,884
UT
Salt Lake City
156,480
CO
Fort Collins
149,643
CO
Lakewood
134,495
UT
West Valley City
130,307
CO
Thornton
Population
State/Province
City
127,380
BC
Kelowna
114,801
UT
Provo
113,574
CO
Arvada
112,090
CO
Westminster
110,920
UT
West Jordan
108,869
MT
Billings
108,423
CO
Pueblo
107,201
CO
Centennial
105,112
CO
Boulder
100,418
AB
Red Deer
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Jul 1, 2020
Note: I consider Northern New Mexico part of the Rockies. However, all of their cities in that region have city proper population below 100K. Albuquerque, New Mexico's largest city, their mountain range is not part of the Rockies.