Table Mountain Wilderness
Located in the Toiyabe National Forest in Nevada.
The Table Mountain Wilderness on the Tonopah Ranger District lies in the central portion of the Monitor Range approximately 60 miles northeast of Tonopah. The area is accessible by improved dirt roads on the north and south, and by several roads along the east side. Major access points include Barley Creek Trail on the south side; Willow Creek, Green Monster Canyon, and Clear Creek on the east side; Morgan Basin on the north side; and Mosquito Creek on the west side. This area is a rough rectangle encompassing mostly high elevation lands. Important land form types include Table Mountain, Mountain Buttress Spur, and Dip Slope and Cliff. Elk, introduced in 1979, have reached a population of about 300 and are of statewide significance for both the sightseeing and sporting recreationist. The monitor range also supports one of the most productive mule deer herds in the state.
For more information contact: The Toiyabe National Forest
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication
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