Prominence: 4575 ft/1394 m
Peak elevation: 11,518 feet (3,511 m)
Currant Mountain is the high point on the southern crest of the White Pine Range, on the border between southwest White Pine and northeast Nye Counties, in east-central Nevada in the western United States. It comprises 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.