Elevation: 9,540 ft
GPS: 35.22, -106.457 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Ryan Price on Sep 2, 2019
Admins: Jason Halladay, Anthony Stout, LeeAB Brinckerhoff, Marta Reece, Drew Chojnowski

Description

Mummy Canyon is secluded, difficult to access and easily overlooked. Dwarfed by Chimney Canyon to the south and Pinnacle Valley to the north, which feature a plethora of impressive features and routes, Mummy Canyon is named and known for a solitary feature, the Mummy.

Getting There

From the North Crest Trail (130), take the Chimney Canyon Trail (137A) from the junction at the immediate north end of the radio towers. After descending four switchbacks down the limestone band, cut off trail to the west, descending straight downhill to an aspen meadow, that opens to a clearing, ending in a cliff, with a clear view to the NW of the Mummy and its encompassing canyon directly below. Dropping through the trees to the east (or west) of this overlook through steep forest will provide access to the wild un-trailed Mummy Canyon.

Majestic view of Mummy Canyon from the aspen meadow overlook directly below the fourth switchback of the Chimney Canyon Trail.

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