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Mt. Moriah Wilderness

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The Mt. Moriah Wilderness is managed by both the BLM and the Forest Service. The Forest Service portion is to the south of the BLM portion. It is located in the Snake Creek Range in eastern Nevada within White Pine County, approximately 30 miles northeast of Ely, Nevada. Access to the Mt. Moriah Wilderness from Ely is via Federal Highway 50 east bound, approximately 50 miles. Cross over the border into Utah, and after about a mile turn north toward the small community of Gandy. Once to Gandy (about 27 miles from Highway 50), turn westbound onto BLM Road 4032. In about seven miles you will drop down into Marble Canyon Wash. At the intersection in the wash turn left; this two-track road will take you to the northeastern corner of the BLM portion of the wilderness.

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