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Great Basin Range5 High Points

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RankRange (Level 5)Peak Elev-Ft State Prom-Ft Isol-MiAscent Date
26.Albion RangeCache Peak10,339Idaho445981.8 
53.Amargosa RangeGrapevine Peak8738Nevada456217.7 
41.Black Rock Desert AreaDuffer Peak9428Nevada413955.1 
50.Central Elko County RangesTabor Benchmark8846Nevada251823.3 
72.Central Mojave RangesEdgar Peak7162California220824.3 
45.Central Utah Desert RangesBlack Crook Peak9274Utah307427.3 
23.Cherry Creek-Pequop-Antelope RangesCherry Creek Benchmark10,522Nevada373434.3 
64.Clark Range-Ivanpah MountainsClark Mountain7907California423229.1 
51.Coso-Argus RangesMaturango Peak8839California363921.6 
3.Deep Creek RangeIbapah Peak12,087Utah524761.2 
44.East Nellis RangesBald Mountain9348Nevada374843.0 
61.Eastern Lincoln County RangesVirgin Peak8071Nevada318256.8 
37.Eastern Utah Desert RangesFool Creek Peak9712Utah371223.1 
17.Egan RangeWard Mountain10,936Nevada365618.4 
77.Eldorado-Newberry MountainsSpirit Mountain5639Nevada287925.3 
40.Esmeralda County RangesPiper Peak9450Nevada408314.9 
29.Frenchman-Eastgate-Gabbs RangesDesatoya Peak9973Nevada354520.9 
48.Gabbs Valley-Pilot-Monte CristoPilot Peak9182Nevada320233.6 
39.Goshute RangeGoshute Peak9610Nevada369027.7 
11.Grant-Quinn Canyon RangeTroy Peak11,298Nevada479040.0 
67.Great Salt Lake Desert RangesCedar Benchmark7712Utah284716.1 
28.Hot Creek Range-Antelope RangeMorey Peak10,246Nevada256617.0 
38.House RangeSwasey Peak9669Utah450940.7 
24.Independence MountainsMcAfee Peak10,438Nevada415835.6 
14.Inyo MountainsWaucoba Mountain11,123California392320.0 
19.Jarbidge MountainsMatterhorn10,838Nevada467860.4 
42.Kawich-Belted-Reveille RangesKawich Peak9401Nevada308139.4 
70.Kingston RangeKingston Peak7336California372721.9 
71.Las Vegas RangesPeak 72977297Nevada6172.1 
73.McCullough RangeMcCullough Mountain7026Nevada217022.6 
63.Modoc-Lassen PlateauFredonyer Peak7943California242323.2 
18.Monitor RangeTable Mountain10,888Nevada364816.9 
13.Mono-Benton-Excelsior AreaGlass Mountain11,160California318016.2 
68.New York MountainsNew York Mountains High Point7533California333323.7 
46.North Central NevadaPorter Peak9268Nevada266212.7 
22.North Eureka County RangesDiamond Peak10,614Nevada359427.9 
52.Northeast Nevada RangesKnoll Mountain8760Nevada278022.9 
65.Northwest Humboldt River AreaSeven Troughs Benchmark7795Nevada298624.1 
49.Northwest Lincoln County RangesWorthington Peak8968Nevada308811.2 
76.Northwest Mojave RangesAvawatz Peak6155California329526.7 
30.Northwest Salt Lake RangesBull Mountain9934Utah373424.2 
21.Oquirrh MountainsFlat Top Mountain10,620Utah537023.6 
57.Owyhee MountainsCinnabar Mountain8403Idaho312371.5 
15.Panamint RangeTelescope Peak11,048California616857.2 
47.Pancake RangePortuguese Mountain9240Nevada270022.2 
20.Pilot RangePilot Peak10,716Nevada572653.7 
8.Pine Nut-Sweetwater RangesMount Patterson11,673California415318.5 
25.Pine Valley MountainsSignal Peak10,365Utah448535.0 
66.Promontory RangesWood Benchmark7760Idaho236015.1 
54.Pyramid Lake AreaTule Peak8724Nevada340932.1 
59.Reno-Truckee AreaVirginia Peak8366Nevada364220.9 
10.Ruby-East Humboldt MountainsRuby Dome11,387Nevada479394.7 
36.Santa Rosa MountainsGranite Peak9732Nevada439782.4 
6.Schell Creek RangeNorth Schell Peak11,883Nevada540323.5 
31.Sheep RangeHayford Peak9912Nevada539233.8 
62.Sheldon-Hart Mountain Refuges AreaWarner Peak8017Oregon211722.1 
27.Shoshone Mountains and RangeNorth Shoshone Peak10,313Nevada283314.6 
2.Snake RangeWheeler Peak13,063Nevada7563231.8 
58.South-Central Oregon RangesGearhart Mountain8370Oregon343040.8 
74.Southeast Death Valley RangesNopah Range High Point6394California357317.7 
69.Southeast Fallon RangesSand Springs Range High Point7467Nevada186711.4 
33.Southeast Humboldt River RangesStar Peak9836Nevada540069.0 
78.Southeast Mojave RangesOld Woman Mountain5325California273326.3 
75.Southern Mojave RangesOrd Mountain6309California324922.8 
55.Southern Utah Desert RangesPoorman Benchmark8674Utah21348.0 
5.Spring MountainsCharleston Peak11,916Nevada8241135.2 
16.Stansbury MountainsDeseret Peak11,031Utah581246.0 
35.Steens Mountain AreaSteens Mountain9733Oregon4373124.7 
7.Toiyabe RangeArc Dome11,773Nevada521323.1 
4.Toquima RangeMount Jefferson11,941Nevada586198.6 
56.Trout Creek AreaOrevada View Benchmark8506Nevada354823.4 
32.Warner MountainsEagle Peak9892California435287.4 
12.Wassuk RangeMount Grant11,280Nevada392028.1 
60.West Nellis RangesStonewall Mountain8318Nevada291822.1 
34.Western Utah Desert RangesIndian Peak9790Utah365039.6 
1.White MountainsWhite Mountain Peak14,246California719667.5 
9.White Pine RangeCurrant Mountain11,513Nevada457552.8 
43.Wilson Creek-White Rock RangesHighland Peak9395Nevada327543.8 

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List Description

This is an interesting list--it turns out that there is one Great Basin range with a 14,000 foot high point, one more with a 13,000 foot high point, and one more with a 12,000 foot high point. Then, suddenly, there are 13 ranges with highpoints between 11,000 and 11,999 feet. Also, the three highest ranges are in three different states (California, Nevada, and Utah).


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