ⓘ Gale Hills, formerly considered part of the Muddy Range, and later the South Muddy Mountains, are a range of hills southwest of the Muddy Mountains and about th ..

                                     

ⓘ Gale Hills

Gale Hills, formerly considered part of the Muddy Range, and later the South Muddy Mountains, are a range of hills southwest of the Muddy Mountains and about three miles north of the Boulder Basin of Lake Mead, in Clark County, Nevada. It is bounded on the east by Callville Wash, on the south by the Black Mesa lava flows, on the northwest by the valley of Gypsum Wash. Its highpoint is at 36°15′32″N 114°43′12″W which lies at 3.756 feet / 1.145 meters.

Gail hills was named in 1964 for Hoyt S. Gale, 1876-1952, the geologist who conducted the first field research area. On "Gale anticline" a prominent structural feature in the area, for the first time, he said.