ⓘ Telegraph Peak (Lander County, Nevada)


ⓘ Telegraph Peak (Lander County, Nevada)

Telegraph Peak is a summit in the U.S. state of Nevada. The elevation is 8.537 feet.

Telegraph peak was named in honor of the first transcontinental Telegraph.

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