|Range Type||Mountain range with well-recognized name|
|Highest Point||Arc Dome (11,773 ft/3588 m)|
|Countries||United States |
|Area||1,923 sq mi / 4,980 sq km|
Area may include lowland areas
|Extent||117 mi / 188 km North-South|
50 mi / 80 km East-West
|Center Lat/Long||39° 7' N; 117° 7' W|
|Map Link||Microsoft Bing Map|
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The Toiyabe Range is second highest of the great north-south ranges of Central Nevada, but perhaps the most scenic. Longer and much wider than most Great Basin ranges, it has a number of high summits and a large federally-protected wilderness area.
As an illustration of how little use a range like the Toiyabe gets, on the author's ascent of Bunker Hill (11,474') in 1992, the range's second highest peak, he didn't see a soul the whole way, and the summit register had about five entries per year in it, most of them from personnel servicing the various antennas nearby.
|Map of Toiyabe Range|
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Major Peaks of the Toiyabe Range
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Arc Dome||11,773||3588|| |
|2.||Bunker Hill||11,473||3497|| |
|3.||North Arc Dome||11,406||3477|| |
|4.||Toiyabe Dome||11,361||3463|| |
|5.||Cirque Mountain||11,290||3441|| |
|6.||Mahogany Mountain East||11,194||3412|| |
|7.||Toiyabe Peak 11085||11,085||3379|| |
|8.||Toiyabe Dome West||11,080+||3377+|| |
|9.||Toiyabe Peak 11061||11,061||3371|| |
|10.||Toiyabe Peak 11038||11,038||3364|| |
|Sub-peaks are excluded from this list. List may not be complete, since only summits in the PBC Database are included.|
Photos of Peaks in the Toiyabe Range
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