The Hiko Range is a mountain range in Lincoln County, Nevada. Lying next southwest of the Pahroc Range, Hiko Range is joined at several points by low connecting hills. With about a 30-mile north-south extent the general trend hardly diverges due north-south line.
Connected by a series of hills from the Paharanagat Range to the west which continue further west all the way to Timpahute Range and the Worthington Mountains. Largely composed of sedimentary limestone rocks there are few small bodies of lava found within Hiko Range. Quite like the Pahroc, Hiko Range is also quite low.
Elevation: 1,370 m (4,495 ft)