Services, Getting There
Supplies: Alamo, 35 miles to S Located in the Seaman Range, about 120 miles north of Las Veas and 90 miles south of Ely.
Hikes & Trails
Weepah Spring Map (PDF)
Wilderness Area Status
Designated Wilderness Area
Managing Agency: Bureau of Land Management
The Weepah Spring Wilderness is an unspoiled example of mountain ranges representative of the Great Basin. It lacks a single defined ridgeline. The complex geology of the area forms a confused landscape: isolated peaks, maze-like canyons, walls of fossil bearing rocks, natural arches and odd volcanic hoodoos. Add to this the oddity of the largest stand of ponderosa pine in eastern Nevada compounded with 4,000 year old rock art.
This wilderness is a component of the Bureau of Land Management's National Conservation Lands.
Wildlife: Joshua Tree, Phainopepla, Verdin
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