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Nevada 11,000-foot Peaks

Ranked Peaks have 300 feet of Clean Prominence

RankPeak Elev-M
Range (Level 5)Isol-Km
1.Lincoln Peak3530280Snake Range3.7
2.White Pine Peak 113603475122White Pine Range1.4
3.Ruby Dome-East Peak3469146Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains.7
4.Schell Creek Peak 34603465130Schell Creek Range3.1
5.Thomas Peak3456341Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains6.3
6.Mount Grant34441207Wassuk Range45.2
7.Black Top3395195Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains3.0
7.Full House Peak3395122Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains.9
9.Mount Talbot3383195Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains5.9
9.Toiyabe Dome West3383NullToiyabe Range3.2
11.King Peak3371415Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains15.0
11.Mount Mazama3371122Ruby-East Humboldt Mountains.6
11.Snake Range Peak 110403371NullSnake Range4.2
14.Schell Creek Peak 3379NullNullSchell Creek Range2.3
14.Granite PeakNullNullSnake Range5.5
14.False PyramidNullNullSnake Range1.3
14.Humboldt PeakNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains2.6
14.Johnson PeakNullNullSnake Range1.8
14.Silver Creek BaldyNullNullSnake Range3.7
14.Second Fork PeakNullNullSnake Range2.9
14.Old Man MountainNullNullSnake Range3.5
14.Grant Range Peak 11028NullNullGrant-Quinn Canyon Range2.4
14.Trail Canyon Saddle PeakNullNullWhite Mountains1.3
14.Liberty PeakNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains2.1
14.Verdi PeakNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains2.2
14.Mahogany Mountain EastNullNullToiyabe Range5.0
14.Mount Jefferson-North SummitNullNullToquima Range4.8
14.Mount Jefferson-East PeakNullNullToquima Range2.3
14.Mount JeffersonNullNullToquima Range158.7
14.Lee PeakNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains1.3
14.Mount GilbertNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains1.0
14.Toiyabe Peak 11061NullNullToiyabe Range5.8
14.Bunker HillNullNullToiyabe Range50.3
14.Arc DomeNullNullToiyabe Range37.2
14.Toiyabe DomeNullNullToiyabe Range9.6
14.Mummy MountainNullNullSpring Mountains5.1
14.Charleston PeakNullNullSpring Mountains217.5
14.Griffith PeakNullNullSpring Mountains6.2
14.Toiyabe Peak 11038NullNullToiyabe Range2.7
14.Toiyabe Peak 11085NullNullToiyabe Range11.8
14.North Arc DomeNullNullToiyabe Range2.8
14.Schell Creek Peak 3595NullNullSchell Creek Range2.6
14.Taft PeakNullNullSchell Creek Range1.8
14.Schell Creek Peak 3519NullNullSchell Creek Range1.6
14.South Schell PeakNullNullSchell Creek Range2.3
14.Schell Creek Peak 3587NullNullSchell Creek Range7.5
14.Ruby DomeNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains152.5
14.Mount FitzgeraldNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains2.4
14.Snow Lake PeakNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains1.2
14.Hole in the Mountain PeakNullNullRuby-East Humboldt Mountains42.8
14.Duckwater PeakNullNullWhite Pine Range3.0
14.Currant MountainNullNullWhite Pine Range85.0
14.Troy PeakNullNullGrant-Quinn Canyon Range64.3
14.North Schell PeakNullNullSchell Creek Range37.9
14.Mount MoriahNullNullSnake Range32.7
14.Bald MountainNullNullSnake Range3.9
14.Jeff Davis PeakNullNullSnake Range1.5
14.Wheeler PeakNullNullSnake Range373.0
14.Baker PeakNullNullSnake Range1.9
14.Pyramid PeakNullNullSnake Range2.6
14.Mount WashingtonNullNullSnake Range2.2

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List Description

List Info

Boundary Peak is ranked in this list even though is has less than 300 feet of prominence, since it is the highest peak in Nevada any way you look at it.

This list has a very nice variety to it compared to many similar lists for other states, since there are ten very separate mountain ranges that have 11,000 foot peaks in Nevada. The White Mountains place Boundary Peak just over the state line, and Wheeler Peak, dominant summit of the Snake Range, joins it as the only 13,000 foot peaks in the state. All other ranges have high points in the 11,000 to 11,999 foot range, leaving a few Snake Range peaks (Moriah and a couple of satellites to Wheeler) as the only 12,000-footers in the state.


Thanks to Robert Morrill, who pointed out a number of omissions, and to John Vitz, who created the original version of this list (a copy of which was sent to by by Robert).


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