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Pyramid Lake
Photo By Scott Thompson

  • Title: Pyramid Lake
  • State/Province/Region: Nevada
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: SR 447
  • Nearest Town: Nixon
  • Brief Directions: Day pass required, available at Pyramid Lake Store (775) 476-0555. Pyramid Lake is about an hour drive from Reno, NV. To get to the Pyramid, it takes a bit longer, buy a map at the Pyramid Lake Store.
  • Notes: “Sunset at Pyramid Lake, Nevada”- These tufas were shot from the east shore of Pyramid Lake, Nevada. Photographed: June 2006 "Full Moon at Pyramid Lake, Nevada"- This full moon was shot from the southern west shore of Pyramid Lake, Nevada, near Blockhouse, facing east. Photographed: December 2006 You must have a day pass to visit this lake, it is on Paiute Tribal land. The fishing there can be just as rewarding as the photography. A great full day adventure.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Gear: High clearence vehicle, 4x4 recommended. Don't forget your fis
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