Bare Mountain Range (Nevada) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBare Mountain Range
Bare Mountain as seen from the Bullfrog Hills west of Beatty
|Elevation||6,273 ft (1,912 m)|
|Length||9 mi (14 km) NW x SE|
|Width||5 mi (8.0 km)|
Bare Mountain in Nevada
|District||Nye County, Nevada|
|Borders on||Bullfrog Hills-NW
Amargosa Valley-S & SE
The Bare Mountain Range is a short range, about 9 miles (14 km) long, trending northwest by southeast. The north end of the range borders Beatty on the Amargosa River. The Bullfrog Hills lie to the northwest of Beatty. Yucca Mountain lies about nine miles to the east across Crater Flat. The range borders the central and northeast Amargosa Desert, which also trends northwest by southeast. U.S. Route 95 runs in the Amargosa Valley along the south edge of the range and turns at Beatty to continue north through Oasis Valley.
The highest peak of the range is Bare Mountain, of the same name, at 6,273 feet (1,912 m). In the southeast of the range, Wildcat Peak rises to 5,052 feet (1,540 m)
Bare Mountain Range was descriptively named for the bare summits.
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