The Pack Rat Route trail takes hikers on a 1.4 mile moderate loop through the Kyle Canyon area of the Spring Mountains.
Echo Overlook Trail is a popular hike in the Mt. Charleston wilderness area that leads hikers through fields of gorgeous wildflowers, past the towering Echo Cliffs and ends with views of Cathedral Rock and Mt. Charleston.
Mary Jane Falls trail is an extremely popular hike in the Mt. Charleston wilderness area that leads hikers to a seasonal waterfall.
From impressive alpine views to larger-than life slot canyons, you won’t want to miss these epic Mt. Charleston hikes.
The Mummy Springs trail is located in the heart of the Mt. Charleston Wilderness area, near a famous 3,000-year-old bristlecone named the “Raintree.”
The North Loop Trailhead is the gateway to several epic hikes in the Mt. Charleston Wilderness Area.
The Raintree trail is a popular 2.7-mile trek (each way) that takes hikers through scenic forests, past epic views and culminates in what many believe to be the oldest living thing in Nevada, a 3,000-year-old massive bristlecone tree.
Over 1 million visitors a year take advantage of the scenic views, hiking, skiing, & more at Mt Charleston. Read on to find out the best 15 things to do!
Just a 45 minute drive from Las Vegas, you’ll find the best easy hiking trails Mt Charleston has to offer!
A quick stop on the scenic highway 158, the Desert View Overlook is great for all ages and offers a unique vantage into history along with sweeping views.