Lime Canyon Wilderness Article

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Lime Canyon Wilderness is a unit of the National Wilderness Preservation System located in eastern Nevada, United States, within the Gold Butte National Monument. The 23,710-acre (9,600 ha) wilderness area is administered by the Bureau of Land Management, and was designated in 2002 to protect roadless, undeveloped mountains bordering Lake Mead National Recreation Area. [1]

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LIME CANYON WILDERNESS Latitude and Longitude:

36°22′N 114°17′W / 36.36°N 114.28°W / 36.36; -114.28