Mummy Pass Trail

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
Elevation Gain4,563ft
Trailhead Elevation9,719ft
Elevation Min/Max9535/11466ft
Elevation Start/End9719/9719ft

Mummy Pass Trail

Mummy Pass Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Larimer County, Colorado. It is within Comanche Peak Wilderness Area, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Roosevelt National Forest. It is 9.5 miles long and begins at 9,719 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 19.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 4,563 feet. The Hagues Creek and Desolation camp sites can be seen along the trail. The trail ends near the 1 camp site. This trail connects with the following: Mirror Lake Trail, Emmaline Lake Trail and Poudre Trail.
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"This is the most spectacular option in the area other than climbing Comanche Peak. It evolves into an open climb above treeline on tundra up a mountainside, offering splendid views of Pingree Park’s superb surroundings of summits, rivers, trees, and wetlands. This awe-inspiring perch lets you see the soaring granite cirque that is part of the Comanche Peak massif and that cradles Emmaline Lake. The access point for this trail that goes into Rocky Mountain National Park is the same as the Emmaline Lake Trail. In terms of difficulty, it is longer and involves slightly more elevation gain." Read more

Trail Information

Rocky Mountain National Park
Nearby City
Roosevelt National Forest
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Additional Use
Canyon Lakes Ranger District, Roosevelt National Forest
Local Contacts
Trails Illustrated Poudre River & Cameron Pass
Local Maps

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