Mary Jane Falls near Mount Charleston
The Mary Jane Falls experience should not be missed. The trail and hike are described below. After our hike we will drive three minutes up the road to have lunch at the Mt. Charleston lodge, a wonderful A-Frame rustic lodge sitting at an elevation of 7,000 feet among the juniper and sweet ponderosa pine of Kyle Canyon.
After lunch, we will drive across a beautiful pass to Lee Canyon, check out the ski area there, drive down to a place where if we are lucky we will see wild horses, and then enjoy the beautiful views on the way back down to the valley.
Experience the Beauty of the Mary Jane Falls Trail
Mary Jane Falls Hike
Mary Jane Falls is located in the Spring Mountains National Recreation area, which is part of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, and better known to locals as Mount Charleston, referring to the larger region.
The trail is a three mile long roundtrip, and is very beautiful. The trail occasionally gets a bit slippery and muddy, so we need to be careful and take our time. This hike can be popular and busy on weekends. The trail gains some significant elevation and the views are spectacular. It is well worth the effort!
Where is Mary Jane Falls?
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Just call Dave at 702-321-1611 to describe requirements, and he can provide a quote.