Most Areas Open on Mt. Charleston...Check Here for Remaining Closures


The Spring Mountain National Recreation Area reopened most areas on Friday, Oct. 27. The following popular roads, trails, and recreation areas continue to have limited access or remain closed for an extended period due to the extreme damagec cause by Hurrican Hilary....

  •  Vehicular access is limited in the Kyle and Deer Creek areas due to ongoing highway and infrastructure construction. 
  • Closure areas that remain include: the Mary Jane Falls, Echo, Trail Canyon, Cathedral Rock, and Bristlecone Pine Trails; Deer Creek picnic area; Mack’s Canyon dispersed area, and FS Roads 45085, 45085A, 450855B, 45577, 45577A, 25872, and 25873. 

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