ⓘ Battle Mountains, Nevada. The Battle Mountains or Battle Mountain Range is a mountain range in western Lander and southeastern Humboldt counties of Nevada. The ..

                                     

ⓘ Battle Mountains, Nevada

The Battle Mountains or Battle Mountain Range is a mountain range in western Lander and southeastern Humboldt counties of Nevada. The communities of Battle Mountain and Valmy lie just to the east and north respectively along Interstate 80 in the Humboldt River valley. Nevada State Route 305 runs along the southeast side of the range from Battle Mountain toward Austin to the south.

The range is roughly circular in shape and exhibits a radial drainage. The valley of Humboldt river is located in the North-East range Creek sheep beyond. In the North-West and West of Buffalo valley with MT Buffalo and the Tobin range beyond. The fish range Creek is located in the South-West and in the valley of the Reese river and the Shoshone range to the Southeast.

                                     
  • Battle Mountain is an unincorporated town in and the county seat of Lander County, Nevada United States. The population was 3, 635 at the 2010 census
  • Battle Mountain Airport, Nevada Battle Mountain High School Nevada Battle Mountains Nevada a mountain range Battle Mountain Virginia, a mountain
  • state highway in Lander County, Nevada United States. The road is the main street through the town of Battle Mountain and is also designated Interstate
  • Nevada It is the only state highway to connect the southern and northern areas of the county. It runs north from U.S. Route 50 at Austin to Battle Mountain
  • Battle Mountain High School is a secondary school in Lander County, Nevada It was built in 1983, and continues to serve as Battle Mountain s primary
  • North Battle Mountain is an unincorporated community in Lander County, Nevada United States. North Battle Mountain is located at the northern terminus
  • southeast of Battle Mountain, Nevada This general aviation airport is owned by Lander County and operated by the Battle Mountain Airport Authority. The airport
  • a short state highway in Lander County, Nevada connecting the town of Battle Mountain to North Battle Mountain Prior to 1976, the route was part of a
  • Nevada The first Europeans to explore the region were Spanish. They called the region Nevada snowy because of the snow which covered the mountains
  • state of Nevada The freeway serves the Reno Sparks metropolitan area and passes through the towns of Fernley, Lovelock, Winnemucca, Battle Mountain Carlin