Hawley Mountains

The Hawley Mountains are a subrange of the Lost River Range formed by a ridgeline that parallels the main Lost River Crest. Located east of the main crest in the Little Lost River Valley, this subsidiary ridge is roughly 10 miles long. Hawley Mountain, at 9,752 feet, is its highest point. In addition to Hawley Mountain two other points on this ridgeline have enough prominence to be classified as separate peaks, Peak 8,300 (shown on older maps as 8,229 feet) is roughly 1.5 miles southeast of Hawley Mountain and Peak 8562 sits at the far southern end of the range. The later two peaks are not yet included on this site. The entire subrange is found on the Hawley Mountain USGS Quad.

Mountain Range: Lost River Range

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