Bonanza Peak via Spring Mountain Divide Trail

🚦 Difficulty

Hard

πŸŒ€ Route Formation

Out & Back

πŸ“ Length (mi.)

8

πŸ” Elevation Gain (ft.)

3,179

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hiking, nature trips, Rocky, running, Views, walking, Wild-flowers, and wildlife

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Instead of riding/hiking from the lower ponds (crowded on weekends), try Willow Springs, Wheeler Pass, Mud Springs, Buck Naked trail, or Bonanza Trail. Heavily frequented by wild horses, elk and deer; it is extremely important to respect these animals and their precious habitat. You must be a self-sufficient desert hiker, prepared for emergencies — it could easily be days or weeks before you see another hiker. The hills up to Bonanza Peak are covered with either wildflowers or pine trees. There are supposedly 80 switchbacks on this trail. This climb is less strenuous than either the North or South Loop trails in Mt. Charleston; but it’s not a beginner’s hike. There is a log book to sign at the peak, which is off a “hidden path” from the main trail. Dry hike, pack lots of water.

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🚦 Difficulty

Hard

πŸŒ€ Route Formation

Out & Back

πŸ“ Length (mi.)

8

πŸ” Elevation Gain (ft.)

3,179

🌲 Facilities

Unavailable

πŸš— Parking Tips

Unavailable

πŸ”– Details

hiking, nature trips, Rocky, running, Views, walking, Wild-flowers, and wildlife

🏑 Description

Instead of riding/hiking from the lower ponds (crowded on weekends), try Willow Springs, Wheeler Pass, Mud Springs, Buck Naked trail, or Bonanza Trail. Heavily frequented by wild horses, elk and deer; it is extremely important to respect these animals and their precious habitat. You must be a self-sufficient desert hiker, prepared for emergencies — it could easily be days or weeks before you see another hiker. The hills up to Bonanza Peak are covered with either wildflowers or pine trees. There are supposedly 80 switchbacks on this trail. This climb is less strenuous than either the North or South Loop trails in Mt. Charleston; but it’s not a beginner’s hike. There is a log book to sign at the peak, which is off a “hidden path” from the main trail. Dry hike, pack lots of water.

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🚦 Difficulty

Hard

🌲 Facilities

Unavailable

πŸŒ€ Formation

Out & Back

πŸ“ Length (mi.)

8

πŸ” Elevation (ft.)

3,179

🌲 Facilities

Unavailable

πŸš— Parking Tips

Unavailable

πŸ”– Details

hiking, nature trips, Rocky, running, Views, walking, Wild-flowers, and wildlife

🏑 Description

Instead of riding/hiking from the lower ponds (crowded on weekends), try Willow Springs, Wheeler Pass, Mud Springs, Buck Naked trail, or Bonanza Trail. Heavily frequented by wild horses, elk and deer; it is extremely important to respect these animals and their precious habitat. You must be a self-sufficient desert hiker, prepared for emergencies — it could easily be days or weeks before you see another hiker. The hills up to Bonanza Peak are covered with either wildflowers or pine trees. There are supposedly 80 switchbacks on this trail. This climb is less strenuous than either the North or South Loop trails in Mt. Charleston; but it’s not a beginner’s hike. There is a log book to sign at the peak, which is off a “hidden path” from the main trail. Dry hike, pack lots of water.

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