Bureau of Land Management, Utah.
Notch Peak is a distinct landmark in west-central Utah, and can be visible for 70 miles. A precipice of almost 3,000 feet high on the west side of the peak has a shallow groove at the top, giving the mountain its name. Sensitive wildlife species that could inhabit the WSA include the ferruginous hawk, long-billed curlew, burrowing owl, and kit fox. Bristlecone pine grows on the higher ridges in the WSA. Some of these pines have been aged at more than 2,000 years old.
Notch Peak WSA is located in western Millard County, in the House Range, about 45 miles west of Delta, UT