ⓘ Egan Range. The Egan Range is a line of mountains in White Pine County, in eastern Nevada in the western United States. From Egan Creek near the historic commun ..

                                     

ⓘ Egan Range

The Egan Range is a line of mountains in White Pine County, in eastern Nevada in the western United States. From Egan Creek near the historic community of Cherry Creek, the range runs south for approximately 108 miles, extending south of Shingle Peak in the northern part of Lincoln County. To the east are the large Steptoe Valley and the even longer Schell Creek Range. To the west are the White River Valley and the scenic White Pine Range. To the north is the Cherry Creek Range, while to the south is remote Cave Valley and the southern tip of the Schell Creek Range. It is named after the Egan Family that live in Montville.

The southern portion of the spectrum is growing steadily, climbing to the high ridge of mount ward. The crest of a 3 mile long 5 km and at altitudes up to 10.936 legs 3333 m, includes the high point of the range. Of the mountain, then descend quickly to the North, down to elevations below 6200 feet near the community of Ely.

To the North of the Ely series Egan again rises to the Heusser mountain 9.411 feet, 2.868 m, approximately 5 miles West of the community of McGill. This Northern group of mountains, which can be considered as a separate product line continues to the Peak of Telegraph 9918 feet, 3023 m, and then descends into Egan Creek, almost blending with the offer of cherry Creek.