Boundary Peak Wilderness

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Boundary Peak Wilderness
Map showing the location of Boundary Peak Wilderness
Map showing the location of Boundary Peak Wilderness
LocationEsmeralda County, Nevada, USA
Nearest cityBishop, CA
Coordinates37°51′00″N 118°21′00″W / 37.85000°N 118.35000°W / 37.85000; -118.35000Coordinates: 37°51′00″N 118°21′00″W / 37.85000°N 118.35000°W / 37.85000; -118.35000
Governing bodyU.S. Forest Service

The Boundary Peak Wilderness is a protected wilderness area in the White Mountains of Esmeralda County, in the western section of the state of Nevada in the western United States.

The wilderness covers an area of approximately 10,000 acres (40 km²), and is administered by the Inyo National Forest. Boundary Peak, the highest point in Nevada, is the namesake and within the Boundary Peak Wilderness.

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View west toward developing thunderstorms above the Sierra Nevada mountains from about 12080 feet on the ridge northeast of Boundary Peak within the Wilderness.