Spring Mountains Mummy Mountain Topo Map

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At 11,528 feet, Mummy Mountain is the second-highest peak in the Spring Mountains. With its shining limestone cliffs, it’s also a prominent landmark that looks like a mummy lying on its back when viewed from Highway 95 to the northeast. Although the off-trail section of the climb is quite a huff, the view makes up for it—sweeping from the picturesque Sisters peaks to the north, to the Nevada Test Site and the Nellis Air Force Range to the northeast, to the Desert National Wildlife Refuge to the east, and to Las Vegas to the southeast. Griffith and Charleston peaks mark the highpoints of the Spring Mountains to the south and west. Mummy Mountain is within the 56,600-acre Mt. Charleston Wilderness Area. Vehicle: Passenger car.
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Las Vegas, Nevada

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