HITE AREA

Using the map below for APPROXIMATE LOCATION REFERENCE ONLY locate the structure you are interested in by number. Scroll down, select that number below and "CLICK". You will be taken to a description and picture (if available) of the selected structure and its GPS coordinates

 

 

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(Elevation of the lake assumes 3700 ft.)

 

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(1)

GPS coordinates: N37`51.824' - W110`24.577'

Structure type: Rock

Elevation of top: 3665

(PHOTO) (taken at lake level: 3619)

 

 

(2)

GPS coordinates: N37`50.027' - W110`25.769'

Structure type: Rock Pile

Elevation of top: 3680

(PHOTO) (taken at lake level: 3619)

 

(3)

GPS coordinates: N37`50.991' - W110`24.931'

Structure type: Gravel Pile

Elevation of top: 3604

(Photo Unavailable)

"Ray's Hump" is known to hold winter stripers along its slopes

 

(4)

GPS coordinates: N37`51.128' - W110`24.573'

Structure type: Gravel Pile

Elevation of top: 3616

(PHOTO) (taken at lake level: 3609)

This gravel pile seems (by sonar scan) to be connected to "Ray's Hump". The two points appear to be the tallest two points of a large island with its long axis running parrallel to the main channel. There seem to be two other lesser high points between the two.