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== Photos and Blogs ==
== Photos and Blogs ==
* [http://blog.oregonlive.com/terryrichard/2008/08/blackrockdesert.html 2008 Blog about the Black Rock Desert] (oregonlive.com)
* Terry Richard, "[[http://blog.oregonlive.com/terryrichard/2008/08/blackrockdesert.html Nevada's King Lear Peak Offers the ultimate in Solitude]," The Oregonian, p. D08, July 28, 1989. [http://blog.oregonlive.com/terryrichard/2008/08/blackrockdesert.html Blog version]
* [http://www.nevadawilderness.org/Library/area.asp?nMode=1&nLibraryID=175 The South Jackson Mountains Wilderness] (nevadawilderness.org)
* [http://www.nevadawilderness.org/Library/area.asp?nMode=1&nLibraryID=175 The South Jackson Mountains Wilderness] (nevadawilderness.org)
* [http://www.sangres.com/nevada/blm/south-jackson.htm The South Jackson Mountains] (sangres.com)
* [http://www.sangres.com/nevada/blm/south-jackson.htm The South Jackson Mountains] (sangres.com)

Revision as of 23:36, 28 August 2016

King Lear Peak (8923 feet) is located in the Jackson Range on the east side of the east arm of the Black Rock Desert.

Resources

Photos and Blogs