Pyramid Lake is an endorheic lake located in Northern Nevada. The lake gets its name from the pyramid-like formation located near the east shore. It’s known for many reasons including its world-class Lahontan Cutthroat Trout fishing, and being home to the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe. The lake itself has an incredible geological history, with a natural geyser located at the north end, large rock formations throughout the lake, the massive and beautiful Anaho Island Wildlife Refuge and of course the Pyramid itself. The lake and its shores are protected lands, governed by the federally recognized Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe. Our map of the lake measures 16w”x20″x2″ inches and is complete with details of the surrounding mountains, towns, and lake features.