East Central Great Basin Ranges
|Map of East Central Great Basin Ranges|
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Major Peaks of the East Central Great Basin Ranges
|Ten Highest Peaks|
|1.||Wheeler Peak||13,063||3982||Snake Range|
|2.||Jeff Davis Peak||12,771||3893||Snake Range|
|3.||Baker Peak||12,305||3751||Snake Range|
|4.||Ibapah Peak||12,087||3684||Deep Creek Range|
|5.||Mount Moriah||12,067||3678||Snake Range|
|6.||Haystack Peak||12,020||3664||Deep Creek Range|
|7.||Pyramid Peak||11,926||3635||Snake Range|
|8.||North Schell Peak||11,883||3622||Schell Creek Range|
|9.||Schell Creek Peak 3595||11,795||3595||Schell Creek Range|
|10.||Johnson Peak||11,775||3589||Snake Range|
|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 East Central Great Basin Ranges
|Spruce Mountain: Basin and Range panorama: distant Spruce Mountain from the Pequop Range.|
|Becky Peak: Becky Peak with a dusting of early season snow.|
|Baldy Peak: Typical Nevada scene: a mountain named Baldy Peak, sagebrush, and barbed wire.|
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