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|Nevada-California State Line
||US Highway 6 enters the state of Nevada after crossing the state line from Montgomery City, CA.
|Inyo National Forest
||A federally managed United States forest. Contains the John Muir Wilderness and Ansel Adams Wilderness areas.
|Nevada State Highway 360
||Northeast to a junction with US Highway 95.
|Nevada State Highway 264
||South to the community of Dyer, NV. Limited services.
|Nevada State Highway 773
||Terminates to the south at an intersection with NV State Highway 264.
|US Highway 95
||North to the community of Mina, NV. Limited services. NOTE: East overlap with US Highway 6.
|Nevada State Highway 265
||Community of Silver Peak, NV. Limited services.
||Community of Tonopah, NV. - Tonopah Historic Mining Park (110 Burro Ave, Tel. 775-482-9274): covers sections of the four original major mining businesses; restores and preserves mining equipment/building, self-guided tour, exhibits, video presentations, trails. - Butler Park (Mizpah Cir): picnic area, playground. - Barsanti Park (Bryan Ave): playground, swimming pool, picnic area. - Highland Park (Globemallow Ln): tennis courts, ball park, skateboarding park, playground.
|US Highway 95
||NOTE: End of overlap with US Highway 6. South to the community of Goldfield, NV. - Goldfield Historic District. - Goldfield Airport.
|San Antonio Mountains
||Mountain range south of highway.
|Nevada State Highway 376
||To the north, terminates at an intersection with US Highway 50.
||South to Tonopah Airport, a public-use facility 7 miles east of Tonopah, NV.
||Mountain range; south of highway.
|Nevada State Highway 375
||East-south to the community of Rachel, NV. Limited services.
|Lunar Crater National Natural Landmark
||South of highway. Lunar Crater National Natural Landmark (near Tonopah, NV): features volcanic formations like lava flows, the 430-ft deep Lunar Crater, elongated features, ash hills,and cinder cones.
|Railroad Valley Wildlife Management Area
||East of highway. NE of Tonopah, NV. Backpacking, hiking, wildlife viewing.
|Nevada State Highway 379
||North to the community of Duckwater, NV. Limited services.
|Nevada State Highway 318
||South to the community of Lund, NV. Limited services.
|US Highways 50/93
||North to the community of Ely, NV. - Cave Lake Nevada State Park (Tel. 775-296-1505) - Amenities:
picnic areas, picnic tables, campground, gills, flush toilets, hiking trails, fish cleaning station, flush restrooms, showers, RV dump station. - Activities: swimming, hiking, nature study, camping, picnicking. - Ward Charcoal Ovens Nevada State Historic Park (Tel. 775-289-1693): picnicking, camping, nature study, fishing, historic sites, trails. NOTE: South overlap with US Highway 6.
||South of highway. Fishing.
|State Highway 486
||East-northeast to Cave Lake Nevada State Park (Ely, NV, Tel. 775-296-1505).
|White Pine County Road 16
||Southwest to Ward Charcoal Ovens Nevada State Historic Site (Ely, NV, Tel. 775-289-1693).
|US Highway 93
||NOTE: US Highway 93 separates from US Highway 6.
|Nevada State Highway 893
||North-west to a junction with US Highway 93
|Swamp Cedar Natural Area
||West of highway.
|Nevada State Highway 487
||South to the community of Baker, NV. - Great Basin National Park (100 Great Basin National Park, Tel. 775-234-7331): stargazing, fishing, backpacking, guided tours, camping, hiking, caving, bird-watching, bicycling, auto touring, horseback riding.
|Nevada-Utah State Line
||US Highway 6 ends at the Nevada-Utah state line. Becomes UT State Highway 6 after crossing over into Eskdale, UT. LD12e