The Las Vegas Range is a north-south range, with two main north-south ridgelines; it is on the southeast of the Sheep Range, which itself is a massive ridgeline, north-south range. These ranges are Basin and Range block faulted. To the east is another north-south range, ridgeline dominated, the Arrow Canyon Range. Highway U.S. Route 93 in Nevada traverses, north, south between the two ranges, and travels along the border of the Desert National Wildlife Refuge to the west.
Elevation: 6,943 ft (2,116 m)