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Mummy’s Nose (10S)

September 28 @ 6:30 am - 1:00 pm UTC-7

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52 Peak Club members needing specific Charleston card(s) are encouraged to text me with the peak name and your availability and we’ll work out a date to post the hike for you. This hike was requested by Ginny and Ronni.

Please read the whole hike description. New participants will be required to sign a Waiver similar to the Disclaimer below.

This is a steep hike including trail, scrambling in a drainage, scree, loose rock, sharp rock, and climbing with minor exposure. It consists of class 2 and 3. The distance is not long but this is a tough hike and it’s also the primary route for Mummy’s Forehead and Chin.

HIKE QUICK STATS:
Trailhead: pull-off along Lee Canyon Rd
Distance: 5 miles
Elevation Gain: 2,850 feet
Elevation of Peak: 10,748 feet
Difficulty: 4, very strenuous
Class: 2 and 3
Exposure: some
Time: 6.5 hours (5 hiking plus 1.5 driving)
Pace: moderate
Gear: hiking boots – yes; trekking poles – yes; gloves – yes

Be sure to bring rain gear, warm gloves and hat because thunderstorms are always a possibility during monsoon season.

All start on the Waitlist. The reason I became an Organizer is to help people get their cards so priority will only be given to those 52ers who need the card. If you wish to join and become a 52er the day of the hike, please text me at 702-515-9824 several days in advance. If you already have the card, you may be left on the Wait list due to group size limits.

52 Peak Club Information:
If you are a current 52er, the cost of the card is $5. If you want to join the 52 Peak Club, the cost will be $60 to join and $19.97 per month or $5 per card; your choice. Cards will be distributed at the peak. You do NOT have to be a 52er to sign up for this hike but due to group size limits you may be left on the Wait list if you’re not.

Please be respectful of others and be on time or you will be left behind.
Pace: You absolutely need to know your pace and ability levels.
Group Hiking: Always stay with the group and follow the leader.
Safety: Getting everyone through the hike safely is my number one priority.

We will meet in Santa Fe Casino east parking garage 2nd floor section 2F. There are two garages; one is visible from Hwy 95 (that is the wrong garage); the other is near the intersection of Lone Mtn Road and Rancho (that is the correct garage).

If you have any questions, send a message or post a comment. You can also call or text me at 702-515-9824.

Disclaimer:
Hiking Las Vegas Meetup leaders are not guides. Expect the same risks and take the same precautions you would take if you were hiking alone. You are solely responsible for your own safety and well-being. By signing up for and/or attending this Meetup event, you acknowledge, understand, accept, and agree that hiking and other outdoor activities can be dangerous and can cause serious bodily injury and possibly death. The leaders of this group and current and former members cannot be held responsible or liable in any way for the actions of any participant, including you, at any event. All attendees participate at an event at their own risk and are solely responsible for any damage to their property and/or any injury to themselves or their guests. By signing up for this event, you affirm that you understand this disclaimer and that you knowingly and voluntarily agree not to bring any type of claim arising out of or related to this Meetup event against the leaders of this Meetup group.

Details

Date:
September 28
Time:
6:30 am - 1:00 pm UTC-7
https://www.meetup.com/Hiking-Las-Vegas/events/280131874/

Organizer

Hiking Las Vegas

Venue

Santa Fe Station
4949 N Rancho Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89130 us
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Phone:
702-658-4900
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