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Mount Irish

Mount Irish is a summit in the Mount Irish Range, in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 8.625 feet. Mount Irish is the name of O. H. Irish, agent of Indian Affairs.

                                               

Mount Lewis (Nevada)

Mount Lewis is the highest peak in the Shoshone Range in Lander County, Nevada, United States. It is the most topographically prominent peak in Lander County and the twentieth-most prominent peak in Nevada. The peak is located about 14 miles sout ...

                                               

Mount Neva (Nevada)

Mount Neva is a summit in Elko County, Nevada, in the United States. With an elevation of 8.570 feet, Mount Neva is the 381st highest summit in the state of Nevada.

                                               

Mount Prometheus

Mount Prometheus is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 7.985 feet. Mount Prometheus was named after Prometheus from the Greek mythology. Name option - "peak Prometheus".

                                               

Mount Siegel

Mount Siegel is the highest mountain in the Pine Nut Mountains of Douglas County in Nevada, United States. It is the most topographically prominent peak in Douglas County and ranks forty-sixth among the most topographically prominent peaks in Nev ...

                                               

Mount Tobin

Mount Tobin is the highest mountain in the Tobin Range of Pershing County in Nevada, United States. It is the second-most topographically prominent peak in Pershing County and ranks twelfth among the most topographically prominent peaks in Nevada ...

                                               

Mount Washington (Nevada)

Mount Washington is a mountain in White Pine County in the state of Nevada. The mountain climbs to an elevation of 11.658 feet and is in Great Basin National Park. Land near the summit and the adjoining national Park were purchased in 2001, the F ...

                                               

Mount Wilson, Nevada

The CDP takes its name from Mount Wilson, a 9.315-foot 2.839 m summit that rises to the east of the community and is part of the Wilson Creek Range. The CDP is located on Mount Wilson Road, 8 miles 13 km east of U.S. Route 93, along which it is 2 ...

                                               

Mountain City, Nevada

Mountain City is a small unincorporated community in Elko County, Nevada, United States, within the Mountain City Ranger District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The community is located on State Route 225, approximately 16 miles south o ...

                                               

Mummy Mountain (Nevada)

Mummy Mountain is the second highest peak of the Spring Mountains in Clark County, Nevada, United States. It is the twentieth highest mountain in the state. The mountain is located within the Mount Charleston Wilderness and the Humboldt-Toiyabe N ...

                                               

National, Nevada

A post office was established at National in 1908, and remained in operation until 1919. The original town site was within the borders of Humboldt National Forest, hence the name.

                                               

Nenzel Hill

Nenzel Hill is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 7.290 feet. Nenzel hill was named in honor of Joseph F. Nenzel, entrepreneur in the local mining industry.

                                               

Nevada City, Nevada

Nevada City is a ghost town in Churchill County, Nevada, United States, located just east of Fallon, Nevada near the current intersection of State Route 116 and U.S. Highway 50. It was founded in 1916 as a socialist community known as the Nevada ...

                                               

Newark Valley (Nevada)

Newark Valley is a north–south trending endorheic valley in western White Pine County, Nevada. The valley contains the dry Newark Lake bed which is approximately 23 km by 3.5 km. To the west the Diamond Mountains border the valley and to the east ...

                                               

North Battle Mountain, Nevada

North Battle Mountain is an unincorporated community in Lander County, Nevada, United States. North Battle Mountain is located at the northern terminus of Nevada State Route 806 5 miles north-northeast of Battle Mountain. The North Battle Mountai ...

                                               

North Fork, Nevada

A post office was established at North Fork in 1889, and remained in operation until 1944. A variant name is Northfork ". The community takes its name from nearby North Fork Humboldt River. Due to its small size, some writers classify North Fork ...

                                               

North Furlong Lake (Nevada)

North Furlong Lake is a glacial tarn in the Ruby Mountains, in Elko County in the northeastern part of the state of Nevada. It is located at the head of North Furlong Canyon at approximately 40°33.4′N 115°24.8′W, and at an elevation of 9590 feet. ...

                                               

North Peak

North Peak is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 4.911 feet. North peak was named because it is located to the North of the surrounding mountains.

                                               

Oasis Mountain

Oasis Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 4.728 feet. Mountain oasis was named for its greenish color, when viewed from afar.

                                               

Oasis, Nevada

Oasis is an unincorporated community and census-designated place located in eastern Elko County, Nevada, United States, at the junction of State Route 233 and Interstate 80, 31 miles northwest of the Utah border and 77 miles east of Elko. As of t ...

                                               

Omco, Nevada

Omco is an extinct town in Mineral County, in the U.S. state of Nevada. The GNIS classifies it as a populated place. A post office was established in Omco in 1917 and remained in operation until 1921. The community name comes from the Olympic min ...

                                               

Orovada, Nevada

The first permanent settlement at Orovada was made in 1918. The name is a combination of oro Spanish "gold" and Nevada. A post office has been in operation at Orovada since 1920.

                                               

Osino, Nevada

Osino is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Elko County, Nevada. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 709. Osino is located on Interstate 80 9 miles northeast of Elko and 41 miles southwest of Wells.

                                               

Pancake Summit

Pancake Summit is a gap in White Pine County, Nevada, in the United States. The name is likely descriptive, referring to its resemblance to a stack of pancakes.

                                               

Pequop, Nevada

Pequop or Pequop Siding is a ghost town in Elko County, Nevada. It was located west of Toano on the route around the north end of the Pequop Mountains between Cobre and Wells. It was first a stop station of the Central Pacific Railroad and later ...

                                               

Pine Grove, Nevada

In 1866, gold-bearing rock was discovered in the area by William Wilson. The Wheeler Mine was established in the next year. Early settlers named the camp after the nearby Pine Grove Hills. In 1868 a post office was opened, together with the weekl ...

                                               

Piper Peak (Nevada)

Piper Peak is the highest mountain in the Silver Peak Range of Esmeralda County in Nevada, United States. It is the most topographically prominent peak in Esmeralda County and ranks twenty-third among the most topographically prominent peaks in N ...

                                               

Pittsburg, Nevada

Pittsburg, Nevada is a town in Lander County, Nevada. It was named for the industrial heritage of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located at an elevation of 6.160 feet.

                                               

Pleasant Valley (Nevada-Utah)

Pleasant Valley, is a valley in two counties in two states adjacent states, White Pine County, Nevada and Juab County, Utah. Its mouth is located at an elevation of 5.682 feet / 1.732 meters in Utah. Its head is at 39°44′09″N 114°09′53″W at an el ...

                                               

Pleasant Valley, Nevada

Pleasant Valley is a very small, unincorporated community in Washoe County, Nevada, United States. The ZIP Code for Pleasant Valley is 89521. The community is part of the Reno–Sparks Metropolitan Statistical Area and Interstate 580, U.S. Route 39 ...

                                               

Pleasant Valley, White Pine County, Nevada

Pleasant Valley, is a ghost town, a historical mining town, and a former populated place in White Pine County, Nevada. It had its own Pleasant Valley post office from March 1892 to April 1894. Its territory lies at an elevation of 6.263 feet / 1. ...

                                               

Pony Springs, Nevada

Pony Springs is an unincorporated community in Lincoln County, Nevada, United States. It has an elevation of 6.155 feet and is in the Pacific time zone. Pony Springs is located along U.S. Route 93.

                                               

Potosi Mountain (Nevada)

Potosi Mountain is a mountain about 30 miles southwest of Las Vegas in the Spring Mountains, in Clark County of southern Nevada. The mountain of Potosi was the site of TVA 3 of the accident flight, which killed 22 passengers, in the first place, ...

                                               

Potts, Nevada

Potts is a ghost town and abandoned ranching property in Monitor Valley, Nye County, Nevada, approximately 2 miles east of Nevada SSR 82. As of 2011, the town had 1 house remaining. The ranch was founded by William Potts in 1870-e years, will rem ...

                                               

Powell Mountain (Mineral County, Nevada)

Powell Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 9.524 feet. Mount Powell was named in honor of A. Powell, owner of the local mining industry.

                                               

Preble Mountain

Preble Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 6.539 feet. Preble mountain was named in honor of Charles S. Preble, the government surveyor.

                                               

Pyramid, Nevada

Pyramid is an unincorporated community in Washoe County, Nevada, United States. At one time, it was a station on the Fernley and Lassen Railway located between Bristol and Big Canyon. At one time there was a post office at this location.

                                               

Quartzite Mountain

Quartzite Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 7.762 feet. Mountain quartzite was named for the nearby deposits of quartzite.

                                               

Quinn Peak (Nevada)

Quinn Peak is the highest mountain in the Jackson Mountains of Humboldt County in Nevada, United States. It is the most topographically prominent peak in Humboldt County and ranks tenth among the most topographically prominent peaks in Nevada. Th ...

                                               

Ragged Top Mountain

Ragged Top Mountain is a summit located in the Trinity Range in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 6.316 feet. Ripped the top of the mountain was so named for its jagged peak that resembles ruins. In 1867 Timothy H. OSullivan photographed ...

                                               

Railroad Pass (Nevada)

Railroad Pass, 2367 ft, is a mountain pass through the Black Hills of the River Mountains in the southeastern portion of the city of Henderson, Nevada, which is part of the Las Vegas metropolitan area. Traversed by the Union Pacific Railroads Bou ...

                                               

Rand, Nevada

A post office was established at Rand in 1915, and remained in operation until 1935. The community was named after R. J. Rand, a businessperson in the local mining industry.

                                               

Rattlesnake Hill (Churchill County, Nevada)

Rattlesnake Hill is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 4.163 feet. Rattlesnake hill was named so on account of the rattlesnakes and around the top.

                                               

Rattlesnake Mountain (Elko County, Nevada)

Rattlesnake Mountain is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 8.524 feet. Rattlesnake mountain was so named on account of the rattlesnake near the summit.

                                               

Rawe Peak

Rawe Peak is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 8.238 feet. Rawe peak name R. S. Rawe, and official Sutro tunnel company.

                                               

Regan, Nevada

Regan is a ghost town, a historical mining town, and a former populated place in White Pine County, Nevada. It had its own Regan post office from August 1906 to November 1907. Its site lies at an elevation of 6.863 feet / 2.092 meters, in Tippett ...

                                               

Roach, Nevada

Roach, Nevada is a siding on the Union Pacific railroad, between Jean, Nevada and Nipton, California, in Clark County, Nevada, USA. Roach is on the eastern shoreline of Roach Dry Lake, and is below Beer Bottle Pass in the Lucy Gray Mountains, poi ...

                                               

Robinson Lake (Nevada)

Robinson Lake is a glacial tarn in the Ruby Mountains, in Elko County in the northeastern part of the state of Nevada. It is located just south of the shelf of Soldier Basin, at approximately 40°43.8′N 115°16.8′W, and at an elevation of 9100 feet ...

                                               

Round Hill Village, Nevada

Round Hill Village is a census-designated place in Douglas County, Nevada, United States. The population was 759 at the 2010 census. Prior to 2010, the community was part of the Zephyr Cove–Round Hill Village CDP.

                                               

Rox, Nevada

The first settlement at Rox was made about 1902. A post office was established at Rox in 1921, and remained in operation until 1949. The community was named from the rocky condition of the original town site.