Winter Ascent of

Mummy Mountain aka Mummy's Tummy (11,542 feet)

Spring Mountains, Nevada

8.5 miles up and back via Trail Canyon, North Loop Trail and the Scree Slope ; 3500 feet of elevation gain

March 4 , 2007


01At the trailhead

02View of the cliffs

03Bird perched on Mahogany

04By wilderness sign

05The Hood

06Looking ahead on trail

07In Trail Canyon

08In Trail Canyon

09Mummy comes to view

10On the trail

11Trail Canyon

12Looking ahead on trail

13Charleston Peak view

14On the trail

15Scree Slope comes to view

16Approaching trail junction

17View of the Scree Slope

18Trail Junction and Mummy

19Trail sign

20Tall Ponderosa

21Break at the junction

22North Loop Trail

23North Loop Trail

24View of Charleston Peak

25On the trail

26On the trail

27Frozen spring

28Horse trough along the trail

29On the trail

30On the trail

31View of Mummy from trail

32On the trail

33Approaching the scree slope

34The scree slope begins

35On route up the scree slope

36On route up the scree slope

37In the scree slope

38Looking up

39Some areas here are muddy

40Vistas

41View of Harris and Griffith

42On top of scree slope

43Charleston Peak comes to view

44North ridge and Charleston Peak

45McFarland and Macks are in view

46The final chute is in view

47Mummy cliffs and the chute

48The cliffs of Mummy

49Vistas

50Vistas

51The route continues

52Through the snow

53Some more uphills

54Up the hill

55Looking ahead on route

56Route continues around

57A peek at the summer route

58Cliffs of Mummy

59On route to winter chute

60Looking ahead on route

61The cliffs of Mummy

62McFarland and Macks

63Close-up of Macks

64Close up of McFarland

65Approaching the chute