The Snake Range is a mountain range in the Great Basin region of the Western United States. The range is located in eastern White Pine County of central-eastern Nevada. Typical of other ranges in the Basin and Range Province, the Snake Range runs in a north-south direction, for approximately 60 miles (97 km).
To the west are Spring Valley and the Schell Creek Range, and to the east across the Utah border are Snake Valley and the Confusion Range. Sacramento Pass (7,154 feet (2,181 m) is where U.S. Route 6-U.S. Route 50, the "Loneliest Highway in America", crosses the range. It is the principal means of eastbound access to this part of eastern Nevada.
Total Range: 60 miles (97
Elevation: 13,063 ft (3,982 m)