Hayden Peaks, are home to radio transmitter/receiver towers. The Hualapai Mountains are covered in pine trees, namely pinyon pine. Above 5,500 feet (1,700 m) the ponderosa pine appear. Most pine trees are found on the cooler north facing slopes. The habitat is mainly forest, and has many natural springs. Bear, elk, mule deer, mountain lion, javelina, and other animals can be found here.
The Hualapai Mountains. The mountain range consists of five main peaks: Dean Peak, Getz Peak, Aspen Peak, and Hayden Peak overlooking the broad Hualapai Valley to the north toward Kingman; and the tallest, Hualapai Peak, on the south. Hiking trails reach Aspen and Hayden Peaks. Several areas, including Ghett's and