ⓘ Delamar Mountains. The Delamar Mountains are a mountain range in Lincoln County, Nevada, named after Captain Joseph Raphael De Lamar. The range extends for appr ..

                                     

ⓘ Delamar Mountains

The Delamar Mountains are a mountain range in Lincoln County, Nevada, named after Captain Joseph Raphael De Lamar. The range extends for approximately 50 miles in a NNE–SSW orientation with a width of about 11 miles. Surrounding ranges include the Burnt Springs Range and the Chief Range to the north, the Clover Mountains and Meadow Valley Mountains to the east and the Sheep Range and South Pahroc Range on the west. The Delamar Valley lies to the west, the Kane Springs Valley to the east and the Coyote Springs Valley lies to the south of the range.

U.S. route 93 crosses the Northern part of the range between crystal springs and Caliente. The difference in height of the route reaches 6243 feet to the top of oak springs pass. Nevada state route 317 to be, rainbow canyon to the South along the North-Eastern edge of the range between Caliente and Elgin.

Crest bands is part of the great basin divide between the meadow watershed and the Dry lake watershed, which includes Dry lake and DELAMAR mountain national Park, the old DELAMAR.

DELAMAR wilderness area of the mountains occupy the southern part of the range.