Elevation: 10,185 feet (3104 m)
The Quinn Canyon Range is a remote group of mountains in northeastern Nye County, and western Lincoln County in central Nevada in the western United States.
It is closely associated with the Grant Range, which connects to it at Cherry Creek Summit (7596 feet, 2315 m). From there, the range runs for approximately 33 miles to the southwest. To the west is the large Railroad Valley, to the east is White River Valley, and to the south is Sand Spring Valley.
The high point of the range is an unnamed peak at 10,185 feet (3104 m). This range, the Grant Range, and Railroad Valley were early candidates for the siting of the Great Basin National Park, being excellent examples of the Great Basin and the Basin and Range Province. The higher elevations of the range are protected as the Quinn Canyon Wilderness.