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Mummy Range
Area/Range

Mummy Range

 
Mummy Range

Page Type: Area/Range

Location: Colorado, United States, North America

Object Title: Mummy Range

Activities: Hiking, Mountaineering, Trad Climbing, Ice Climbing, Aid Climbing, Mixed

Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

 

Page By: Kane, Andy, JonBradford

Created/Edited: Jan 12, 2006 / Feb 25, 2006

Object ID: 171052

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Overview

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The Mummy Range is largely contained in Rocky Mountain National Park in the northern part of Colorado. The range stretches from Chapin Pass and Mount Chapin in the southwest in an arc up to the northeast where it ends at Signal Mountain. The range is home to six 13,000' peaks and a slew of smaller ones.

Rocky Mountain National Park & Indian Peak Wilderness-USGS-TOPO Mega Maps

First, The following Overview map is interactive. Second, you will need highspeed internet to utilize this feature; it may take a few seconds to download. The numbered quads correspond to the viewable areas on the Overview map. Just click on the area you are interested in and enjoy. Once opened, the thumbnails are set up to expand to show level 5 TOPO detail. Expand the image by clicking on the "Expand to regular size" (original size)icon on the bottom right of the image.































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