Currant Mountain is the highest mountain in the White Pine Range in White Pine County, Nevada, United States. It is the twenty-first-highest mountain in the state, and also ranks as the sixteenth-most topographically prominent peak in the state. Its summit consists of a series of three spires on a thin limestone ridge, with the southern spire being the highest at 11,518 feet (3,511 m). To the west are the Duckwater (Shoshone) tribal lands and the northern arm of large Railroad Valley. To the east is the northern part of White River Valley. The peak is located about 37 miles (60 km) southwest of the community of Ely near the Nye County border, within the Currant Mountain Wilderness of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.
By elevation Currant Mountain is
# 5 out of 181 in Humboldt National Forest # 21 out of 2093 in Nevada # 14 out of 151 in White Pine County # 1 out of 4 in Currant Mountain Wilderness Area # 37 out of 4328 in the Great Basin Ranges # 1 out of 24 in the White Pine Range
By prominence Currant Mountain is
# 7 out of 181 in Humboldt National Forest # 17 out of 2093 in Nevada # 4 out of 151 in White Pine County # 1 out of 4 in Currant Mountain Wilderness Area # 22 out of 4328 in the Great Basin Ranges # 1 out of 24 in the White Pine Range
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