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    Ashley Pereza completed Echo Trail

    20 days ago

    Ashley Pereza completed Echo Overlook Trail

    20 days ago

    Ashley Pereza completed Little Falls Trail

    20 days ago

    Ashley Pereza completed Lone Mountain Summit

    2 months ago

    Ashley Pereza completed Upper Bristlecone Trail

    2 months ago

    Ashley Pereza completed Fairyland Loop Trail

    3 months ago

    Ashley Pereza completed Moenkopi Trail

    7 months ago

    Ashley Pereza completed Calico Tanks Trail

    8 months ago

    Ashley Pereza reviewed Mary Jane Falls Trail

    12 months ago

    One of the more popular trails in Mt. Charleston probably because of the name. If you make it up there in late spring or early summer there's a beautiful waterfall. Bring a jacket because it's all shaded at the falls. Definitely worth checking out. Unfortunately since this is one of the more popular trails it tends to be damaged from people taking short cuts off trail and leaving their trash. I have hiked this trail 3 or 4 times and been disappointed in it's upkeep. A lot of people on this trail do not have basic hiking etiquette so I'm sure it's hard to upkeep!

    Ashley Pereza completed Mary Jane Falls Trail

    12 months ago

    Ashley Pereza reviewed Trail Canyon Trail

    12 months ago

    Although this hike is only 2 miles one way, it's a rough one if you are inexperienced. The first time I did this hike it felt more like 5 miles not 2. The first part of this hike is extremely gravelly! Wear good shoes! Once your through the gravel the incline continues. I believe it somewhere between. 1,500-2,000' of elevation gain in two miles. Whatever you do DON'T give up! There are plenty of shady spots to rest. Once you make it to the top of Trail Canyon you'll spot a sign for additional trails. If your done, just head up the tiny hill to the right for some amazing views. If you can take a bit more go the extra 1/2 mile up to Cave Springs. There's a cool little seasonal spring! Us desert folks love any sight of water!