Spring Mountains
National
Recreation Area

The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area (SMNRA) is a U.S. National Recreation Area, administered by the U.S. Forest Service, and lies west of Las Vegas, Nevada. It covers over 316,000 acres (1,279 km2) of land. The area runs from low meadows at around 3,000 feet (900 m) of elevation to Mount Charleston at 11,918 feet (3633 m) in elevation. The SMNRA is a part of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National…
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Historic Trade Routes Connecting the Southwest
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Two seasonal waterfalls in the upper part of Kyle Canyon, Mount Charleston; Mary…
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Fletcher Canyon - overgrown ravine containing a seasonal stream, leading an impr…
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Mount Charleston is the largest peak in the Spring Mountains, west of Las Vegas,…
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This is a great trail with very light traffic. If you want to get out into the s…
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This route is the most popular route to access Charleston Peak in the Spring Mou…
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This is a short route off of the South Loop Trail that brings you to Griffith Pe…
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Features: Views — Wildflowers — WildlifeDogs: Offleash Starting off at the dirt …
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Trail Canyon Trail - a steep route up a shady, wooded canyon near Mount Charlest…
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