The Monitor Range is located in south-central Nevada in the United States. The range lies west and northwest of the Hot Creek Range and north of Highway 6 in Nye County, and extends for approximately 106 miles (170 km) into Eureka County at its northern end.
The Forest Service is in charge of 83.6% of the mountains and the Bureau of Land Management manages 16% of the range. Pinon-juniper makes up 39.3% of the area, with Sagebrush scrub making up 24.8% of the mountains. Montane shrub accounts for 19.9%.
The range reaches an elevation of 10,461 feet at Summit Mountain northwest of Hodges Canyon in Eureka County. The Table Mountain Wilderness Area lies in the central part of the Monitor Range. The mountains cover an area of 3,046 km², and lies between the Antelope Valley and the Monitor Valley at the northern end. At the southern end, the mountains lie between the Toquima Range and Stone Cabin Valley.
Elevation: 10,461 feet