On May 9, 2010, I drove my Camery South of West Wendover to explore the Toano Range. The Toano Range reaches a height of 7900 feet and it extends North and South of Silverzone Pass in Northeastern Nevada. I left Wendover and drove South approximately 15 miles on 93 South towards Ely. I then turned onto an improved dirth road West towards the range. I drove about 15 miles into the foothills until it became obvious my car would have trouble on the rougher two track. Taking my pack, I traveled cross crountry to log a cache. The country consisted of sagebrush and rugged rocky terrain. Leaving the cache, I hiked back to the ATV track and further into the mountains. Three miles later I decided to play around in some rock formations in the Bluebell Study Area.