Mountain Ranges of Colorado With Map

With the help of a map, can you name these mountain ranges of Colorado?
Larger parent ranges are shown in yellow.
Sub-ranges are shown in blue, and are laid on top of their parent ranges.
The grey cell in some answer blocks is the parent range to which the child ranges in that block belong.
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Last updated: May 20, 2020
First submittedMay 18, 2020
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Parent Range
Front Range
Park Range
San Juan Mountains
Sangre de Cristo Range
Sawatch Range
Uinta Range
 
Sub-Ranges
Front Range
Indian Peaks
Kenosha Mountains
Mummy Range
Rampart Range
South Williams Fork Mountains
Tarryall Mountains
 
Sub-Ranges
Park Range
Elkhead Mountains
North Williams Fork Mountains
Sierra Madre
Sub-Ranges
San Juan
La Garita Mountains
La Plata Mountains
Needle Mountains
San Miguel Mountains
Sneffels Range
 
Sub-Ranges
Sangre de Cristo
Culebra Range
Sierra Blanca
Spanish Peaks
Wet Mountains
Sub-Ranges
Sawatch
Collegiate Peaks
 
Other Child Ranges
Elk Mountains
Flat Tops
Gore Range
La Sal Mountains
Laramie Mountains
Medicine Bow Mountains
Mosquito Range
Rabbit Ears Range
Tenmile Range
Uncompahgre Plateau
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Level 81
May 18, 2020
Colorado has so many mountains; why do you have to steal those from neighboring states? :-) Consultation of a topographic map or Google Earth will show that the Abajo Mountains lie well west of the Colorado-Utah boundary.
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Level 71
May 20, 2020
Good call, thanks. The data I was working from was referring to geologic provinces without regard to what regions were actually mountainous. Obviously, I neglected to manually correct for that.