Conger Mountain is the most remote and little known of
the Millard County Wilderness Study Areas. I was told by a local BLM manager
in 1985 that of all the area WSAs, it fit wilderness designation the best.
When the BLM and the Congressional proposals came out, neither
proposed this area for wilderness designation. The "reason" given
was that it lacked significant beauty and was too plain in character to
be considered. True solitude in a wilderness experience can be found in
this beautiful and untouched basin and range area. It truly deserves designation
and would be given such if The Americas Redrock Wilderness Act was passed by Congress.
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