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Nevada National Forest was established by the U.S. Forest Service in Nevada on February 10, 1909 with 556,072 acres (2,250.34 km2). On July 1, 1932 the entire Toiyabe National Forest was added. On October 1, 1957 the forest was divided between Humboldt National Forest and the reinstated Toiyabe National Forest, and the name was discontinued. The Spring Mountains in Clark County of southern Nevada were in the former Nevada National Forest.

Nevada National Forest was established by the U.S. Forest Service in Nevada on February 10, 1909 with 556,072 acres (2,250.34 km2). On July 1, 1932 the entire Toiyabe National Forest was added. On October 1, 1957 the forest was divided between Humboldt National Forest and the reinstated Toiyabe National Forest, and the name was discontinued. The Spring Mountains in Clark County of southern Nevada were in the former Nevada National Forest.

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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Austin Ranger District
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Austin Ranger District
At 4.3 million acres the Toiyabe National Forest is the largest national forest in the lower 48 states. The Carson Ranger District manages over one million of those acres in Nevada and California. Many habitats and ecosystems exist within the boundaries of this Ranger District. Fishing enthusiasts enjoy sparkling mountain streams and glacial lakes. Visitors can observe native wildlife and explore the high elevation desert of the Great Basin, flower-filled meadows in the springtime, and snow-covered mountain peaks of the Hoover Wilderness. There are many activities that provide relaxation and enjoyment. John Fremont crossed via Carson Pass in 1844. Soon afterward in 1849, thousands of people flocked to the western foothills of the Sierra Nevada in search of gold, bypassing the Eastern Sierra almost entirely.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Bridgeport Ranger District
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Bridgeport Ranger District
At 4.3 million acres the Toiyabe National Forest is the largest ational forest in the lower 48 states. The Bridgeport Ranger District manages over one million of those acres in Nevada and California. Many habitats and ecosystems exist within the boundaries of this Ranger District. Fishing enthusiasts enjoy sparkling mountain streams and glacial lakes. Visitors can observe native wildlife and explore the high elevation desert of the Great Basin, flower-filled meadows in the springtime, and snow-covered mountain peaks of the Hoover Wilderness. There are many activities that provide a relaxation and enjoyment.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Carson Ranger District
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Carson Ranger District
The Carson Ranger District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests extends along the eastern front of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, straddling the Nevada/California border in a strip about 15 miles wide and 96 miles long. From a few miles northwest of Reno, the lands stretch to the south through two states and eight countries along the Carson Range, passing between Lake Tahoe and Carson City, then on to Sonora Peak on the crest and Topaz Lake at the foot. The Washoe Indians inhabited the eastern slopes of these mountains in northern Nevada and eastern California. The name, "toiyabe" comes from a Shoshone Indian term meaning the "black mountains" and from a distance, the mountains look black because of the dark green pinyon and juniper stands covering the mountain range.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Ely Ranger District (East)
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Ely Ranger District (East)
Welcome to the Ely Ranger District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The Humboldt portion of the Forest is composed of 2.5 million acres in northern and eatern Nevada. Rugged peaks, cirque basins, rolling sage/grass hills, unique geology, wildlife, timber and outdoor recreation opportunities provide many different ways to enjoy the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Ely Ranger District (West)
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Ely Ranger District (West)
Welcome to the Ely Ranger District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The Humboldt portion of the Forest is composed of 2.5 million acres in northern and eatern Nevada. Rugged peaks, cirque basins, rolling sage/grass hills, unique geology, wildlife, timber and outdoor recreation opportunities provide many different ways to enjoy the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Mountain City & Jarbidge Ranger District
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Mountain City & Jarbidge Ranger District
Welcome to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forests which contains 6.4 million acres in Nevada. Terrain consists of rugge peaks and cirque basins, rolling sage/grass hills, and steep, narrow canyones
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Ruby Mountains Ranger District
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Ruby Mountains Ranger District
Welcome to the Ruby Mountains Ranger District of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The District consists of 450,000 acres in the rugged Ruby and East Humboldt mountain ranges. These Ranges are characterized by rocky peaks, cirque basins, high glacial-formed lakes, rolling sage/grass hills, and steep narrow canyons.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Santa Rosa Ranger District
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Santa Rosa Ranger District
Welcome to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest's Santa Rosa Ranger District in beautiful norther Nevada. The District has 270,000 acres and is divided into tow topographic zones. The southern zone is steep, with rugged granitic features and high mountain basins. The northern zone varies from rather flat, broad basins to mesas with basalt out-crops.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Tonopah Ranger District
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Tonopah Ranger District
The Toiyabe Mountain range is a 125-mile "spine-like" range with 50 miles of it rising above 10,000 feet. Extending from Cottonwood Canyon in the south to 6 miles north of Austin, Nevada, this rugged range has limited access due to its terrain. The west side rises gradually from a well traveled dirt road which winds through Reese River Valley. The east side rises sharply from Big Smoky Valley and is dissected with numerous rocky canyons. Arc Dome, Nevada's largest wilderness (115,000 acres) lies within this mountain range.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Alta-Toquima Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Alta-Toquima Wilderness
The Alta Toquima wilderness area is near the geographic center of Nevada and is made up of 38,000 acres. Situated in the middle of three wild ranges, it boasts dramatic, glacier carved canyons, tumbling creeks, and high alpine tablelands. From certain vantage points, you can see clear across the state of Nevada, to California in the west and Utah in the east. Mt.Jefferson, with it's triple peaks, is the centerpiece of the Toquima mountain range with an elevation of 11,949 feet at the south summit.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Arc Dome Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Arc Dome Wilderness
The Arc Dome Wilderness comprises of the southern third of the Toiyabe Range, which is a rugged spine of mountains in central Nevada with difficult access. It contains the area's highest summits and much of the Wilderness lies above 10,000 feet. However it's Arc Dome, at 11,775 feet, that dominates the landscape.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Currant Mountain & Red Mountain Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Currant Mountain & Red Mountain Wilderness
The Red Mountain Wilderness is a 20,490-acre (83 km2) wilderness area in southwestern White Pine County and northeastern Nye County, within the White Pine Range in the U.S. state of Nevada. The Wilderness lies within the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, administered by the U.S. Forest Service. Bordered by Currant Mountain Wilderness on the west, the Red Mountain Wilderness and White Pine Range Wilderness was created by the "White Pine County Conservation, Recreation and Development Act of 2006." It is characterized by volcanic red-orange hills and mountains covered with pinyon pine, limber pine, and bristlecone pine.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - High Schells Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - High Schells Wilderness
The High Schells Wilderness contains some of the most dramatic scenery in eastern Nevada. There are many high windswept peaks over 11,500 feet. Many of the valleys contain vast aspen stands and perennial streams. Ancient Bristlecone and large Limber pines are present in the higher elevation forests. Hikers and horseback riders enjoy the primitive trails in most valleys, and back country skiers explore the area in winter and spring. The Schell Creek Range supports diverse wildlife and is an important north-south corridor of uninterrupted wild land. The area lies just east of Ely in eastern Nevada.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Jarbidge Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Jarbidge Wilderness
With more than 113,000 acres, some of the purest air in the country and remote location, the Jarbidge Wilderness in far north-central Nevada offers true wilderness backcountry. Elevations ranging from 8,000 feet to Matterhorn Peak at 10,839 feet provide a wide range of terrain, temperature, vegetation and experiences. The Jarbidge was one of the nation's first Wildernesses, established by the Wilderness Act of 1964 with 64,830 acres. The Nevada Wilderness Act of 1989 added 48,500 acres for a grand total of 113,330 acres.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Mount Moriah Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Mount Moriah Wilderness
A table in the sky, more than 10,000 feet high and a mile across; an alpine plain ringed with stands of bristlecone pine and limber pine at its edges; 2,000 feet below a grand view of the altar known as Mt. Moriah. Whiterock towers, rocky canyons, white limestone peaks and ponderosa pine valleys along with extensive stands of aspen that turn to golden glory every fall.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Mount Rose Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Mount Rose Wilderness
Mt. Rose Summit, at 10,776 feet, is the tallest of the mountains surrounding the north end of Lake Tahoe. It has stood watch for centuries over the formation of Lake Tahoe by glaciers. Generations of Washoe natives migrated back and forth to the lake in the mountains shadow. Gold Rush forty-niners, Comstock loggers, and countless homesteaders passed by this magnificent peak. It is likely that one of these early pioneers gave the summit its name. Its snowy peak lured Dr. James Edward Church to climb the summit in the winter in 1896. His love of the majestic mountain soon became a scientific fascination with snow. Within decades the University of Nevada professor was anointed with the renowned title of "Father of Snow Survey Science". Church created the world's scientific snow measurement facility on the flanks of Mt. Rose and it continues to be utilized today. In 1989 the United States Congress added the 31,310 acre Mt. Rose Wilderness to the National Wilderness Preservation System. The Wilderness is part of the Carson Mountain Ranger nestled between the Sierra Mountains along the west shore of Lake Tahoe and vast expanses of the Great Basin to the east.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Quinn Canyon & Grant Range Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Quinn Canyon & Grant Range Wilderness
The Quinn Canyon and Grant Ranges are part of the Basin and Range geologic province which occupies much of the western and southwestern part of the United States. The region comprises almost all of Nevada, the western half of Utah, southeastern California, and the southern part of Arizona. The province's topography consists of numerous, north-south trending mountain ranges separated by basins. These basins are between 4,00 and 6,000 feet above sea level with intervening ranges soaring toward 14,000ft. The geologic history is extremely complex in the mountain ranges and buried by thousands of feet of alluvium in the basins.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Ruby Mountains & East Humboldt Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Ruby Mountains & East Humboldt Wilderness
The Ruby Mountains Wilderness and East Humboldt Wilderness sit astride a high ridge line of mountains running almost 100 miles south from Wells. The East Humboldt Wilderness, the northeast extension, includes 36,000 acres; the Ruby Mountains Wilderness to the south comprises more than 90,000 acres. They are among 14 ranges in the State included in the Nevada Wilderness Protection Act of 1989. Towering 5,000 feet above the sagebrush flats of eastern Nevada, these mountains are "alpine islands" alive with alpine scenery, lake basins, streams, wildflowers, meadows, stands of aspen and conifer, and abundant wildlife. Most is hidden from view of the interstate traveler who skirts their steep slopes.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Santa Rosa-Paradise Peak Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Santa Rosa-Paradise Peak Wilderness
Santa Rosa - Paradise Wilderness Takes in a small slice of Nevada's high desert mountains thirty miles north of Winnemucca off of State Highway 95. The 31,000-acre Wilderness Act of 1989, encompasses the high ridge on the south end of the Santa Rosa Mountains in northern Nevada. Prominent peaks are Santa Rosa Peak, highest in the Wilderness at 9,701 feet.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Shellback, White Pine Range & Bald Mountain Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Shellback, White Pine Range & Bald Mountain Wilderness
SHELLBACK WILDERNESS The Shellback Wilderness is in the Northeast White Pine Range. It is a long ridge reaching over 9000 feet. The west side has spring fed basins with aspen stands and linear limestone formations. The west is more arid with pinyon-juniper forests and some deep rocky canyons. The area is south of highway 50, one hour west of Ely. WHITE PINE RANGE WILDERNESS The White Pine Wilderness is divided in three sections by rough roads open to motorized vehicles. Rocky ridges, rolling hills and varied vegetation can be experienced throughout the Wilderness. Many springs attract wildlife and mixed conifers can be found on the higher ridges. This area is on the western edge of the White Pine Range, just North of the Currant Mountain Wilderness. There are no trails within the area. BALD MOUNTAIN WILDERNESS The Bald Mountain Wilderness is located on the eastern edge of the White Pine Range, with Ellison Creek bordering it on the south. It is a lower elevation range with rocky outcrops and unique box canyons in the lower elevations. As one gets higher, pinyon juniper forests give way to mountain sage, wildflowers and a high grassy (bald) peak at 8850ft. There are no system trails in this Wilderness area.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Table Mountain Wilderness
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Table Mountain Wilderness
The Table Mountain wilderness area is in the Monitor mountain range. It is the third largest wilderness area in the state and hosts approximately 80 miles of hiking trails. This wilderness is most popular with horse packers and equestrians, with hikers and backpackers coming in a distant second. Nearly 115 miles long, the Monitor range is long and narrow. Table Mountain Wilderness Wilderness straddles the range with 98,000 acres. At a elevation of 10,000 feet, Table Mountain is a 12 square mile tableland.
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Picture of Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Spring Mountains NRA & Las Vegas District BLM - Red Rock Canyon
Nevada - Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - Spring Mountains NRA & Las Vegas District BLM - Red Rock Canyon
Welcome to the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area and the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area (SMNRA), Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, and the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (RRCNCA), Las Vegas District, Bureau of Land Management, are located west of Las Vegas in the Spring Mountain Range. These unique areas are easily accessible by state highways and together contain five eco-zones ranging from the Southern Desert Shrub Zone to the Pseudo-Alpine Zone. Elevation ranges from 3,720 feet at the RRCNCA Visitor Center to 11,918 feet on Charleston Peak.
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