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View of the Pahvant Range, looking southeast from Fillmore, July 2013
|Peak||Mine Camp Peak (Pavant Range
|Length||50 mi (80 km) SSW x NNE|
|Width||15 mi (24 km) E-W|
Pavant Range in Utah
The range is named for the Pahvant tribe, a branch of the Ute people. The tallest peak is Mine Camp Peak at 10,222 feet (3,116 m). Most of the land in the Pavant range is part of Fishlake National Forest.
The Pavant Range merges into the Tushar Mountains on the south.
Iron meteorite fragments with a mass of 240 grams (8.5 oz) named the Salina meteorite were found in the Pavant Range in 1908.
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