Ely Elk Viewing Area

Description:

Occasionally elk can be observed feeding during the fall and spring seasons, both along the paved highway south of Ely and at the viewing area pull-out. Other watchable wildlife species in the area include golden eagles, ravens, black-tailed jackrabbits and least chipmunks.

Directions:

From Ely, drive south on U.S. Highway 6/50/93. Elk can be seen on either side of the highway, starting about 6 miles from the town. Elk viewing signs along the highway designate the best viewing areas.

Phone:

(775)289-1800

Email:

eyfoweb@blm.gov

Address:

Ely District Office 702 North Industrial Way, HC 33 Box 33500 Ely, NV 89301

Activities:

Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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