Sacramento Pass

Col Elevation: 7160- feet, 2182- meters

Key Col for:Mount Moriah  (12,067 ft/3678 m)
Key Col Elevation Info:Elevation range: 7160 - 7157 ft
    (3-foot contour interval)
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)39° 8' 35'' N; 114° 20' 12'' W
39.142962, -114.336565 (Dec Deg)
ProminenceClean: 4907 ft/1496 m
Optimistic: 4910 ft/1497 m
Average: 4908 ft/1496 m
Prominence Parentage:Line Parent: Wheeler Peak
Prominence Parent: Wheeler Peak
Island Parent: Wheeler Peak
Ridgewalk Distance:33.38 mi/53.73 km
CountryUnited States
County/Second Level RegionWhite Pine

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RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Intermountain West
Range3: Great Basin Ranges
Range4: East Central Great Basin Ranges
Range5: Snake Range
Drainage BasinsGreat Basin
Internal Drainage-N.A.
Worldwide Internal Drainage
Topo MapSacramento Pass    O39114b3    1:24,000

Detailed Ridgewalk Listing

The table below lists the peaks and cols that lie on the path from Mount Moriah to its Key Col and onward to its Line Parent.  This route is the highest possible path that follows ridgecrests from the peak to higher ground. It corresponds to the yellow line on the map above.  Note: This feature is preliminary. There may be errors in the ridgewalk data and/or bugs in the code that give misleading results. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Ridge PointElev-ftProm-ftRidge Name(s)Basins to each sideDist-miCumulative-mi
START: Mount Moriah12,0674907 Great Salt Lake/Spring Valley  
KEY COL: Sacramento Pass7160  Great Salt Lake/Spring Valley17.0917.09
Bald Mountain11,562688 Great Salt Lake/Spring Valley13.730.8
(Unnamed Col)10,874  Great Salt Lake/Spring Valley1.0331.83
(Ridge Junction)   Great Salt Lake/Spring Valley1.5333.36
LINE PARENT: Wheeler Peak13,0637563  0.0333.38
PROM PARENT: Wheeler Peak13,0637563    
ISLAND PARENT: Wheeler Peak13,0637563    
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