Mummy Spring Trail

MODERATE 7 reviews
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Mummy Spring Trail is a 4.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Las Vegas, NV that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and horses and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

4.5 miles 1974 feet Out & Back

dogs on leash


horseback riding



Directions from Las Vegas: Travel north on U.S. Highway 95, then take State Route 157 west. Mummy Springs Trail must be accessed via the North Loop Trail. The North Loop trailhead can be reached by transferring from State Route 175 onto State Route 158 and traveling north. Drive past the road to Hilltop Campground, then park in the second turnout to the left. The Mummy Springs trail junction is about three miles in on the North Loop trail. The spring can also be accessed by hiking in from Trail Canyon about 3 and a half miles to the junction.

25 days ago

Great hike for a short distance with lots of elevation gain. Today the spring was frozen making it well worth the hike!

29 days ago

Great way to spend the afternoon.

1 month ago

A lot of switchbacks, but definitely an amazing hike as long as you don't miss the springs!

1 month ago

2 months ago

I had a great time at this trail the temperature was 62 at the trail head. But when I arrived to the spring. It was all frozen and it was really cold so just be prepared for it. The fall trees colors made the hike really unique.

4 months ago

Didn't get very far on this trail because of my hike the previous day. My legs were done about two miles in. I climbed to these rocks that you can see to the left of the trail about .5 mile into the hike. Such good views! I'll add a picture from it. It was a little hazy from the LA fire so I'll definitely be going back to check it out.

cross country skiing
1 year ago

From the North loop its about 5 .3 miles round trip to raintree to mummy springs its about another .3 or . 4 of a mile from raintree.