Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. There is one short set of switchbacks most of the way across the face. Turn left on 157 and turn right onto State Route 158. Mummy Springs Trailhead. However, to reach this trail you must hike 2.7 miles on the North Loop Trail FIRST! Along the Deer Creek Trail while heading east on the south side of Mummy Mountain, I decided to take a quick detour to bag Cockscomb Peak, a nice Class 3 scramble along a pretty ridgeline. The trees are almost entirely bristlecone pines. It took us about an hour to drive to the trailhead from our hotel at the edge of The Strip. 02) with some good campsites and grand views of the Sheep Range, Las Vegas, and other points to the east (see below). The trail is really pretty filled with all kinds of beautiful bottlebrush and bristlecone pine trees along the way, and wildflowers everywhere. The trail parallels Cockscomb Ridge to the saddle at the junction with the North Loop Trail. From the trailhead (Table 2, Waypoint 01), the trail runs into the forest on a clearly marked and well-maintained trail. Take US 95 to State Route 157. On the social trail headed for Fletcher Peak. From Cave Spring, the trail continues climbing through the old burn area as it ascends the big scree gully between Mummy Peak and the North Ridge. As you begin the ascent you are climbing quickly. Travel 5 miles to the North Loop trailhead. Mummy Mountain on the left, Fletcher Peak on the right. Water us also available at Mummy Spring via a 0.6 mile, round trip, spur trail. Hiking up the North Loop Trail and down the Trail Canyon Trail (or visa versa) makes for a good day hike if you can position vehicles at both trailheads. Table 2. Mummy Mountain: Location: USA-Nevada: Elevation: 11529 ft / 3514 m: Ascent Trip Report This is a more adventurous route than the standard route up Trail Canyon to North Loop trail and up. The trail runs up to some crags below the Mummy's belly and reaches Cave Spring (Wpt. Fletcher Peak summit looking toward Mummy Mountain (northwest). Charleston), Raintree, Mummy Springs, and routes up the east side of Mummy Mountain, (e.g., Mummy's Toes, Mummy's Belly). Stay on that trail past Mummy Springs. 09). Descending Mummy Mountain to the North Loop Trail. Looking back down the gully I came up, now on the Mummy Mountain plateau. "7.17.19 Mummy Peak #14, Raintree, Mummy Springs Loop, 10.5 mile loop, 4,400’ gain, via Deer Creek Picnic area direct to the summit cliffs, (a route Harlan took me on … https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/nevada/mummy-spring-trail Fletcher Peak looking toward Charleston Peak. Catch views of Mummy Mountain peeking through the pine trees to the north. As you begin the ascent you are climbing quickly. Trace of the route (view W from North Loop Trail) Overview. 01), provides access to several trails and routes, including the North Loop Trail (leads to the summit of Mt. At the base of this photo on the left is the route to get to the summit. Approaching the junction with the Mummy Spring Trail. It is an approximately 7.5 miles out and back trail beginning at the North Loop Trail. Continuing down the social trail from Mummy Mountain. The south edge of this saddle is formed by rocky limestone crags. A mix of tall ponderosa pines, white fir, and bristlecone pines at the junction provide nice shade, while fallen logs provide nice seats. Charleston Peak is visible in the center here. From the Viewpoint, the trail switchbacks steeply up a forested hillside towards a highpoint (Wpt. From the Raintree, the trail drops off the south side of the ridge and crosses sunny slopes beneath the Mummy's toes, eventually reaching the Trail Canyon Trail junction (Wpt. From this point until the start of switchbacks up the summit slope, the trail traverses precipitous ledges. I went back to the saddle (previous photo) and went up the little gully you can see in the center of this photo. North Loop Trail continues to the right, Trail Canyon is to the left and travels two miles into Kyle Canyon. Along the ridge to Mummy's Nose, the social trail scrambles up a fun, small Class 3 chute. Here is a closer look at the only weakness in the upper cliff bands. Here is the official Forest Service trail description, which describes the full trail in the upward direction... North Loop Trail winds up the mountainside through ponderosa pines, mountain mahogany, currents, and white fir. This strenuous, 10.8-mile trail starts on the Deer Creek Road (8,440 ft) and runs out across hillsides and exposed ridges to the summit of Charleston Peak (11,918 ft). From the junction, the Trail Canyon Trail runs down Trail Canyon to Echo Road in Kyle Canyon. Continuing along the base of the cliffs of Mummy Mountain on the east side. From town, drive out to the Spring Mountains Visitor Center, then continue to the North Loop Trailhead. This route goes up Deer Creek to the Mummy Springs trail and then up a maintained trail that is used to hike to Mummy's Toe and knee cap. 1 review of Mummy Spring Trail "Mummy Springs Trail is a great cardio workout. The use trail switchbacks steeply up the slope above the springs to a rocky ridgeline. The hike to Raintree described herein is only a portion of the North Loop trail, and can also be reached via the Trail Canyon trail to Mummy Springs. Trail canyon is a shorter albeit steeper way to access Mummy Mountain than the North Loop Trailhead proper, but both trails converge before a small natural spring called Cave Spring. The hillsides are steep in this area, and they get steeper as the trail winds along rocky cliffs towards the Devil's Thumb. This hike starts at Trail Canyon off Echo Rd. Cockscomb Peak is that big block. Many of the large old dead trees are still standing, but the area is growing back nicely with shrubs and trees. The trail to Mt. The North Loop Trail also leads to Charleston Peak, the highest peak in southern Nevada. From the summit of Mummy Mountain you can see Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas, and Lake Mead. 1 review of Mummy Spring Trail "Mummy Springs Trail is a great cardio workout. Much of the trail is forested, so there is plenty of shade until the last half-mile above timberline. Charleston. From the outcrop, the trail runs up and down, passes another small saddle with a campsite, and eventually climbs up onto a large saddle with the first view over the crest of the Spring Range to the east (Wpt. Halfway up this chute, the route leads out of the chute and up to higher ground, while continuing within the chute results in a Class 4 move. 12), the trail turns back to the north and begins a series of long steep switchbacks that run up the treeless summit slopes to the peak (Wpt. A quick glimpse at Mummy Mountain from a southern part of the ridgeline (the social trail takes you here). The Mummy Mountain is a great hike. To get back to the trailhead, retrace your steps or continue south and descend the South Loop Trail to the Cathedral Rock picnic area, making a grand circle. I accidentally summitted the wrong peak, just south of the true peak (pictured on the right). North Loop Trailhead: The North Loop Trailhead (Fig. The hike to Mummy's Toe is a pretty strenuous one, about 2,000 foot of elevation gain in 8 miles; so be prepared, and there are no places close for provisions; so plan ahead. I'm not sure where the official trail ended, but the social trail ascends steeply to the rocky ridgeline of Mummy Mountain. The trail to Mt. Mummy Mountain Preserve Trust That development slowly encroached on the mountain itself, until in 1997 the Mummy Mountain Preserve Trust was established to preserve the natural landscape of the mountain, primarily along the peaks and ridgelines in a parcel of land that totals about 320 acres. Heading down the more popular route up Mummy Mountain, on the west side. 11). From the parking area, take the Access Trail to Mendoza Trail, and then take Mendoza Trail 0.3 miles. The hike: The trail starts in a northerly direction at a leisurely pace, paralleling a dry creekbed that lies to the west. Drop 50 feet or so on the left. This trail junction is watched over by the fabled "Raintree," an enormous old bristlecone pine that is said to be some 3,000 years old. Look for Mt. The trail runs up to some crags below the Mummy's belly and reaches Cave Spring (Wpt. 10). Incredibly steep and awful scree slope - this would suck to come up for sure. Or you can hike 2 miles up Trail Canyon. Class 3+ gully to get above the ridgeline. Take US 95 to State Route 157. jtellis - May 7, 2012 12:08 am Date Climbed: May 6, 2012 Trail Canyon - N. Loop - scree scramble . 07) that look out to the south. Charleston. A cave-like ledge near the spring is a popular campsite, although it is too close to water. This is a 1/3 mile one way, moderately strenuous trail. May 07, 2018 Take the North Loop Trail to the junction with the Mummy Springs Trail, and follow that trail until it clearly becomes a social trail. Mummy Mountain is located in the wooded area of the Spring Mountain range. It's solid limestone scrambling/climbing with little exposure. From the Highpoint, the trail runs east along the ridge through a bristlecone pine forest to the toe of Mummy Mountain and a junction with the Mummy Spring Trail (Wpt. Mummy Head to Toe • 10 summits; Mummy Mountain 11.2 mi route • 1 summit; Mummy the Hard Way from Fletcher Canyon • 2 summits; Mummy The Hard Way from Trail Canyon • 6 summits; Trail Canyon to North Loop, then up the scree slope • 55 summits; Sort by:Most recent Most liked 03) on the ridge east of the Mummy's Toes. The burn area is growing back in aspen (which provide nice shade in the summer and color in the fall) and pines, including at least one limber pine along the trail. In this area, the trail has been rerouted off the top of the ridge and does not match the USGS topographic map. Trail Canyon gains 1,500 feet to a saddle beneath Mummy Mountain and an intersection with the North Loop Trail. Or you can hike 2 miles up Trail Canyon. Charleston. Charleston Wilderness Area, so pay particular attention to respecting the land. My chosen gully to get up the cliff face. 06). Mummy Mountain: Location: USA-Nevada: Elevation: 11529 ft / 3514 m: Ascent Trip Report This is a more adventurous route than the standard route up Trail Canyon to North Loop trail and up. There are also many interesting fossils (mostly corals and sponges) in the limestone along this section of trail, but don't get distracted and stumble off the trail. There are several scenic views of Kyle Canyon as the trail continues descending toward Trail Canyon. The views from the summit are magnificent; they say that you can see 300 miles on a clear day. Along Cockscomb Ridge looking north toward Mummy Mountain. It is an approximately 7.5 miles out and back trail beginning at the North Loop Trail. Mummy Mountain is the second highest peak in Mt. But for the sake of my trip report: from this mini-saddle, head down the other side (southwest) for a few feet and locate a Class 3/4 gully that clearly leads you up the cliff face of Mummy Mountain on the right. [More photos from The Viewpoint]. Whitney and other 14,000-foot peaks along the Sierra crest to the west, the radioactive mesas on the Nevada Test Site to the north, the Grand Wash Cliffs and the Kaibab Plateau to the east, the Hualapai Mountains (south of Kingman Arizona) to the southeast; and the Los Angeles mountains to the southwest. The Trailhead The North Loop Trail is served by a prominent parking area along Hwy 158, a quarter of a mile north of the turn-off for Hilltop Campground, with more parking a … From the Trail Canyon trailhead, follow the wide path north through a patch of aspens and past a municipal water tank. From the North Loop trailhead, hike up about 3 miles to the Mummy Springs junction at the 3000 year old "Raintree" bristlecone pine and go right a half mile to Mummy Springs where the use trail starts. This appearance is especially prominent from U.S. Route 95, which passes by the mountain to the east. Mummy Mountain is the second highest peak in Mt. The trail is really pretty filled with all kinds of beautiful bottlebrush and bristlecone pine trees along the way, and wildflowers everywhere. North Loop Trailhead: The North Loop Trailhead (Fig. Pictures of the Trail Canyon Trail, Mount Charleston, Nevada: Sheer cliffs at the southeast end of Mummy Mountain - known as Mummy's toe; along the North Loop Trail I also decided to bag Fletcher Peak before descending back down the North Loop Trail. From the Mummy Mountain summit, follow the well-traveled social trail down a western gully and eventually back to the official trail system of the Spring Mountains. Mummy Springs Trailhead. Initially, the trail is fairly gentle and passes through a forest of tall ponderosa pines and white fir, with an open understory of mountain mahogany and wild currents. I'm not sure where the official trail ended, but the social trail ascends steeply to the rocky ridgeline of Mummy Mountain. 13). This is a long trail to a high-elevation place, so take it easy if you've just come up from the desert and aren't used to the elevation. Download Hiking GPS Waypoints (*.gpx) file. Directly ahead is the southern end of the Mummy Mountain ridge. From there it's a short offtrail jaunt to the top of Fletcher Peak. Cockscomb Peak summit. The trail gradually steepens and climbs onto a flat ridgetop that I refer to as “The Viewpoint” (Wpt. After more research when getting to civilization, I found this wasn't the best option and there is an easier gully route just north of the Mummy Mountain peak. Mummy Mountain is located in the wooded area of the Spring Mountain range. The only water on the route is Cave Spring (4.5 miles out) where water can be filtered from a pool at the base of a cliff. Charleston), Raintree, Mummy Springs, and routes up the east side of Mummy Mountain, (e.g., Mummy's Toes, Mummy's Belly). Happy Hiking! Sonny stands on the 3508-metre summit of Mummy Mountain. The trail to the peak begins at either Trail Canyon or the North Loop. This was first ever real scrambling. As you hike north up Trail Canyon toward Mummy Mountain’s toes, Cockscomb Ridge looms over you from the east. 04). After the third saddle with a view to the north (Wpt. Continue on the northeast side of Mummy Mountain paralleling the ridge. After researching, apparently I took the wrong gully and an easier route is slightly northeast of Mummy Mountain (dotted line on map attached). All distances, elevations, and other facts are approximate. An old watering trough, carved from a single large log, provides water for wildlife (full during July 2016), but drinking water can be found where the spring comes out of the cliff up the hill. The broad North Loop Trail heads to the south end of Mummy Mountain – Mummy's Toes – but we soon left it for the narrow side trail that leads to a rocky point. Took the North loop trail on the way down and went up Mummy Mountain. This route goes up Deer Creek to the Mummy Springs trail and then up a maintained trail that is used to hike to Mummy's Toe and knee cap. Raintree (the Bristlecone Pine, oldest living thing in Nevada) is located at the trailhead to Mummy Spring, along the North Loop Trail. It winds through thick groves of aspens as it heads toward the North Loop Trail junction. Other than the standard warnings about hiking in the desert, ...this trail traverses narrow ledges with some serious exposure out near Devil's Thumb. At four miles is the junction of Trail Canyon Trail. It is where the Trailhead Canyon Trail meets the North Loop Trailhead. Take the North Loop Trail to the junction with the Mummy Springs Trail, and follow that trail until it clearly becomes a social trail. Descend from the summit down the West side of Mummy Mountain through the V-shaped canyon (see the Mummy Mountain West page for directions). The trail partially flattens out after some switchbacks at around mile 1.5 and the grade becomes easier until you reach the junction with the North Loop Trail. Near the southeast side of the face (Wpt. Hiking Coordinates Based on GPS Data (NAD27; UTM Zone 11S). Hike up to North Loop and continue north to Rain Tree to Mummy Springs. Turn left on 157 and turn right onto State Route 158. The surface of the outcrop has some nice bas-relief coral and sponge fossils. Fletcher is next! The summit views toward Mummy Mountain were really nice, as were the peaks to the north within the Spring Mountains. Looking back up toward Mummy Mountain on the steep descent social trail. Many of the large old dead trees are still standing, but the area is growing back nicely with shrubs and trees. The views from the ridges and the summit are spectacular, and there are lots of fossils in the rocks. 08), the trail climbs a steep, but short, set of tight switchbacks through rocky cliffs (Wpt. It takes about 3 hours to travel from Mummy Mountain to the upper North Loop trail along the top of the uncharted wilderness area of the upper North ridge of Kyle Canyon. I had lots of snow to stomp through, making the slope a little bit treacherous, but I ultimately got to a gully leading up Class 3 scree just south of Mummy Mountain's high point. Hiking time is 15 minutes one way for Mummy Springs Trail PLUS 2.5 hours on either of the main trails. Hiking time is 15 minutes one way for Mummy Springs Trail PLUS 2.5 hours on either of the main trails. However, to reach this trail you must hike 2.7 miles on the North Loop Trail FIRST! North Loop Trail to The Raintree The Saddle is a junction. One stocky crag separated from the main cliffs, the Devil's Thumb, looks like a warty thumb with red-orange splotches (the warts are fossiliferous). This 1.6 miles is … From the summit you can see Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas, NV, and Lake Mead. While hiking, please respect the land and the other people out there, and try to Leave No Trace of your passage. Mini saddle at the top of my chosen gully. Mummy Spring Trail becomes a very steep social trail. This is a hike that takes a person past some major Spring Mountain features to one of the best viewpoints in the area. Charleston) between Kyle and Lee Canyons, about 1 hour northwest of Las Vegas. After the short, tight switchbacks, the trail passes cliffs, another saddle with a campsite and view to the north, runs up and down some steep sections, and passes one outcrop promontory were you can walk out from the trail and get some great views down Kyle Canyon (Wpt. This segment of the trail continues well defined under the base of Mummy Mountain. The trail parallels Cockscomb Ridge to the saddle at the junction with the North Loop Trail. Mummy Mountain Loop. Thanks in advance! From the parking area, take the Access Trail to Mendoza Trail, and then take Mendoza Trail 0.3 miles. Also, this is a long hike, so be sure to bring the 10 Essentials. The trail has a lot of ponderosa pines and aspen trees with good views of Mummy Mountain, Fletcher Peak and Kyle Canyon. 05). This trail runs up into the Mt. The trail will gradually become less obvious and will spider in different directions as you near the peak. Mummy is Shin's favourite mountain: he climbed it twelve times last year! We started up the Trail Canyon Trail and then turned left at the junction, taking the North Loop Trail a … Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, NV, Find More Hikes in Red Rock Canyon + Spring Mountains. After exactly an hour’s walking and 3.4km (2 miles), the Trail Canyon track meets the North Loop Trail. The trail is harder to follow after a fresh rain. In this episode we take on Mummy Mountain in the Spring Mountain Wilderness outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. Charleston is 2.0 miles shorter and 750 feet lower than starting at the North Loop trailhead, so if you climb the peak using the Trail Canyon Trail, subtract 2.0 miles from the remaining trail distances. It's also causing a ton of obvious erosion. 01), provides access to several trails and routes, including the North Loop Trail (leads to the summit of Mt. 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