Louderback Mountains facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsLouderback Mountains
|Elevation||1,900 m (6,200 ft)|
|Etymology||Named for George Louderback, geologist|
|Borders on||Clan Alpine Mountains|
The Louderback Mountains are a very small range in central Nevada in the United States. The mountains lie in a north-south direction between Dixie Valley and the Clan Alpine Mountains. The mountains are located in Churchill County, and contain Crown Peak, elevation 6,588 feet above sea level. The Louderback Mountains lie several miles north of Highway 50. The Louderback Mountains were named in 1972 for George Louderback, a geologist who taught at University of Nevada and University of California, Berkeley.
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