Parsnip Peak Wilderness
Parsnip Peak Wilderness is a 43,693-acre (17,682 ha) wilderness in northeastern Lincoln County, Nevada. Its elevations range from 6,160 to 8,916 feet (1,878 to 2,718 m). It received wilderness status in 2004.
The area, which lies within the Wilson Creek Range, contains prehistoric sites, including the Mount Wilson Archaeological District. Its vegetation includes aspen groves, grasslands, mountain mahogany, and sagebrush, and it serves as a habitat for elk, mule deer, and raptors, including the northern goshawk.
- Parsnip Peak Wilderness - Wilderness Connect
- Parsnip Peak Wilderness - Friends of Nevada Wilderness
- SEC. 203. ADDITIONS TO NATIONAL WILDERNESS PRESERVATION SYSTEM. House Report 108-720 - LINCOLN COUNTY CONSERVATION, RECREATION, AND DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 2004.
- Parsnip Peak Wilderness - Proposed. State of Nevada.