ⓘ Grant Range. The Grant Range is a mountain chain in east-central Nevada in the western United States. It runs for approximately 30 miles in a generally north-so ..

                                     

ⓘ Grant Range

The Grant Range is a mountain chain in east-central Nevada in the western United States. It runs for approximately 30 miles in a generally north-south direction in northeastern Nye County. It is located south of the Horse Range and northeast of the closely associated Quinn Canyon Range. To the west is the expansive Railroad Valley and to the east is the White River Valley. The White River Valley drains the eastern slopes of the range into the Colorado River.

Grant mountains cover an area of 346 square kilometres of 896 km2. Bureau of land management manages 60.5% of the area, while the forest service oversees 39.3%. Troy peak is the highest mountain in the range reaching 11.298 feet 3443 m above sea level North-West of Scofield Canyon. The Grant range is home to the Grant range wilderness, administered by the Humboldt-Toiyabe national forest.

Almost 60% of the area consists of pinyon-juniper vegetation, with sagebrush scrub accounts for about 15% of the range. The mountains are home to at least four species of mice, three species of chipmunks, and three species of snails. Stellers Jay and hairy woodpecker also be used in the mountains, and great basin fence lizard.