The East Humboldt Range is a line of mountains in northeastern Nevada in the Great Basin region of the western United States. It is located in central Elko County in the upper watershed of the Humboldt River, which flows to the southwest from its source just north of the range. The range includes many glacial tarns, including Angel Lake, Smith Lake, Greys Lake, and Winchell Lake to the north, and Lizzie's Basin, Boulder Lakes, and Steele Lake in the central section.
Hiking trails run from Secret Pass up the western side of the range all the way around to Angel Lake, from Angel Lake to nearby Smith Lake, and from a trailhead near Angel Lake down the east side of the range to Winchell Lake and Lizzie's Basin. Public access is principally found at Angel Lake, a trailhead at the west end of Secret Pass, and via a primitive road at Weeks Canyon/Lizzie's Basin.
Elevation: 3,366 m (11,043 ft)