The Resort on Mount Charleston

2 Kyle Canyon Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89124, United States
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Going to Mt. Charleston...

by nuker

Going to Mt. Charleston outside of Las Vegas, NV. The hotel sits at 9,000+ feet above see level and the mountain itself is over 11,000 feet high. We has a excellent time driving up the mountain and hanging out.
Solitude of the location. You drive up from the desert into alpine conditions. We left a sub-tropical location and ended up in a snow storm up top Mt. Charleston. Great place to spend a night and get away from everything.

Escape to Mt. Charleston

by shrimp56

Only an hour from Las Vegas you will find yourself in cool[er] mountain air and among pine trees. Take I-15 to 95 to 157.
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You can visit the Spring Mountain Visitor Center and have lunch at the Mt. Charleston Hotel. Or even spend the night :)

Mt. Charleston and Lake Mead...

by UKLight

Mt. Charleston and Lake Mead are great for getting away from the city. Mt. Charleston has camping grounds, cabins for rent, and a great hotel. Eat in a nice restaurant or roast marshmallows, its up to you. Lake Mead offers your choice of water sports. Jet Skis are available for rent as are boats. Also great for camping the view is nice and the waters warm in the summer, be careful though, the water is not the cleanest wouldn't advise getting to wet.

Nature in Vegas

by merimichelle

If I'm in town for the weekend I'm out hiking and exploring what Nevada has to offer. Mt Charleston, Red Rocks and my favorite place Valley of Fire! Here's a pic from Red Rocks only 30 min from the Strip.

mt. charleston

by casinosnoopy

i have been to las vegas many many times over the years and i always make it up to mt. charleston almost every trip. it is just an hour drive from town and once you get up there its a totally different world from vegas.

there is a SMALL ski area, i repeat SMALL, but its fun for a few hours if your up in the winter time. some nice hiking is to be had as well and best of all when its 110 degrees in vegas it will be in the 70's here and you will almost have it to yourselves, its very peaceful and relaxing up at mt. charleston.

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camping at mt charleston??

by mandolin84

my friends and i want to go camping tomorrow night at mt charleston. i was wondering if anyone had tented out there/ if they allow fire pits???

Re: camping at mt charleston??

by dl3424

http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/htnf/conditions/index.shtml

At the website listed above, click on the "Fire Restriction Status" link. I started to look over the information but I couldn't figure out the answer to your question. Maybe the best thing to do is to call the phone number listed and speak to an offical of the Forestry Service. FYI: Mt. Charleston is located within Toiyabe National Forest within the Spring Mountain Range. It might help to know this when speaking with a Ranger.

CONTACT INFO:
Scott Lamoreux, Acting District Ranger
4701 North Torrey Pines Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89130-2301
(702) 515-5400
Monday through Friday
7:30 am to 4:30 pm

booking mount charleston lodge

by kathrynberman

Hi can anyone give me an insight as to how to make a reservation on line??

Planning to go in December

THANKS

Re: booking mount charleston lodge

by drnigelc

They are not listed (available for booking) on any of the hotel reservation sites that I looked at -- and their own website says "As a boutique lodging establishment, we ask that you phone in for reservations and thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation. For reservations information, please call (702) 872-5408 or (800) 955-1314."
http://www.mtcharlestonlodge.com/reservations.html

Here are reviews and more info:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g45978-d268742-Reviews-Mt_Charleston_Lodge-Mount_Charleston_Nevada.html

Hope that helps!

las vegas hikes

by smlourie

Hi!
We are staying in Las Vegas for 2 nights and 3 days and want to see as much of the surrounding areas as possible.

Firstly, how far is the GrandCanyon from LV? Can we drive or must we fly (we'd rather not).

What short hiking tours are best for mid- June- that involve water (falls, lakes, etc)

Where is the Hoover dam in relation to everything?

Also, any websites that youcan recommend would be deeply appreciated.

Thank you
Michael

Re: las vegas hikes

by uk2usa

Its about 330 miles or so the Grand Canyon from Vegas so you can drive it, but you really cant do there and back in one day so flying might be your best option if you are only in Vegas for 2 nights.

Hoover Dam is on the way to the Grand Canyon about 25 miles outside of Vegas. An easy half day trip from Vegas.

Re: las vegas hikes

by soccergrrl

I highly recommend these three places for hikes:

Red Rock Canyon (about 30 minutes west of the Strip);
Valley of Fire State Park (about an hour north/northwest of the Strip);
Mt. Charleston (about 45 -60 minutes west of the Strip).

We saw waterfalls (and snow!) at Mt. Charleston in early May. By mid-June I would guess you'll still have falls but not so much snow on the trails. Valley of Fire is all desert, although you might see some water at Mouse's Tank -- a short hike near the visitor center. There are waterfalls on hikes in Red Rock -- ask at the visitor center and they can usually tell you which ones are flowing or not.

A good site for info is www.hikinglasvegas.com. See my Vegas pages (and pages for the locations mentioned) for some photos and other details. Have fun!!

Re: las vegas hikes

by KirstenL4W

I'm not sure how much water you'll find at Mt Charleston or Red Rock, unless we get a thunderstorm - in which case you should hightail it out of there. There is no snow left on Mt Charleston, so I don't know how much runoff is left from it. News reports are reporting about the fire danger because everything is bone dry up there.

Redrock does have quite a few nice hikes, they give you a map where all of them are and their difficulty when you enter the park. Being summer, I'd start very early - they are generally open during daylight hours.

Grand Canyon would be a 5-6 hour drive, so not easy to do if you're only in town for a couple of days. If you want lakes, head out to Lake Mead (take the 215 east until it ends, then stay on that road, which is Lake Mead Drive) I've never been out there myself but I would imagine they give you a similar map of the area when you pay ($5 per car, same at Red Rock).

Re: Re: las vegas hikes

by ltt

mid june it will be very very hot so when you go on hikes, bring lots of sun screen and water. red rock or valley of fire are great - your in a desert - no water falls. you can drive a couple of hours and walk along the river.

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Address: 2 Kyle Canyon Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89124, United States