Nevada, United States
Mount Moriah is a mountain in eastern White Pine County in east-central Nevada in the western United States, It is the high point of the northern section of the Snake Range and the fifth highest peak in the state. To the west are Spring Valley and the Schell Creek Range, while to the east are the Utah state border, Snake Valley, and the Confusion Range. To the south is Wheeler Peak and the Great Basin National Park Immediately to the north is a large flat area of sub-alpine tundra called "The Table". An ancient stand of Great Basin Bristlecone Pines lies at the northern flank of the peak. The mountain is located about 36 miles east of the community of Ely. The higher elevations of this northern section of the Snake Range is protected as the Mount Moriah Wilderness Area.