(păn`əmĭnt), rugged fault-block mountains, SE Calif., near the Nev. line. Telescope Peak (11,045 ft/3,367 m high) is the tallest peak. The range forms the western boundary of Death Valley; to the west of the range is Panamint Valley.
In a California Division of Mines report (McAllister, 1955), I came across a reference to wulfenite and cerussite at the Shirley Ann claim, a small oxidized lead-copper deposit near the north end of the Panamint Range, just west of Death Valley National Monument.
It is here, luxuriating in the waters, that guests can watch the sun set behind the Panamint Range, observe a moonrise behind the Amargosas, and soak up the reassuring stillness of the desert in late afternoon and evening.
2 million-ounce McDonald gold project in Montana through permit completion and bankable feasibility; 2) conduct exploration drilling on the company's Panamint Range properties near the Briggs Mine, with the intent of expanding the gold reserves, and 3) conduct exploration on its exciting gold-bearing properties in Para State in Brazil," said Richard H.