- Elk Mountain (British Columbia), a mountain in British Columbia, Canada
- Elk Mountain (Colorado), a mountain in the U.S. state of Colorado
- Elk Mountain (Carbon County, Montana) in Carbon County, Montana
- Elk Mountain (Flathead County, Montana) in Flathead County, Montana
- Elk Mountain (Lincoln County, Montana) in Lincoln County, Montana
- Elk Mountain (Madison County, Montana) in Madison County, Montana
- Elk Mountain (Missoula County, Montana) in Missoula County, Montana
- Elk Mountain (Park County, Montana) in Park County, Montana
- Elk Mountain (Sanders County, Montana) in Sanders County, Montana
- Elk Mountain (Sweet Grass County, Montana) in Sweet Grass County, Montana
- Elk Mountain (New Mexico)
- Elk Mountain (San Miguel County, New Mexico) (GNIS Id: 906129) 35°46′00″N 105°33′14″W / 35.7666667°N 105.55389°W / 35.7666667; -105.55389 elev. 11647 ft.
- Elk Mountain (Pitchfork Canyon, Catron County, New Mexico) (GNIS Id: 906128) 33°34′20″N 108°25′12″W / 33.57222°N 108.42°W / 33.57222; -108.42 elev. 9770 ft.
- Elk Mountain (Telephone Canyon, Catron County, New Mexico) (GNIS Id: 912975) 33°33′25″N 108°33′27″W / 33.55694°N 108.5575°W / 33.55694; -108.5575 elev. 8415 ft.
- Elk Mountain (Oregon), a mountain in the U.S. state of Oregon
- Elk Mountain (West Virginia), part of the Shavers Fork Mountain Complex, West Virginia
- Elk Mountain (Teton County, Wyoming), a mountain in the Teton Range, Wyoming
- Elk Mountain (Carbon County, Wyoming), a mountain in the Medicine Bow Mountains, Wyoming
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