The three southernmost peaks of the Mummy Range, Mounts Ypsilon (left of center), Chiquita (center), and Chapin (right)
|Elevation||13,560 ft (4,130 m) |
|Length||21 mi (34 km) N/S |
|Width||19 mi (31 km) E/W |
|Area||229 sq mi (590 km2) |
|Range coordinates||Coordinates: |
|Parent range||Front Range|
The Mummy Range (elevation approximately 13,000 ft) is a mountain range in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado in the United States. The range is a short subrange of the Front Range located in southwestern Larimer County northwest of the town of Estes Park. It is located largely within Rocky Mountain National Park, extending north from Trail Ridge Road approximately 15 miles (24 km).
Prominent peaks in the range include Hagues Peak, Ypsilon Mountain, Mummy Mountain, and Mount Chiquita. These peaks are easily accessible via the Lawn Lake trail leading to "the Saddle" between Hagues Peak and Fairchild Mountain and, on the southwestern end, the Chapin Pass trail from the Fall River road. Some offer reasonably challenging technical routes but all can be ascended by walking and mild scrambling after snow melt.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Mummy Range
- Topographic map from USGS via Microsoft Research Maps
- Hiking info and photos of Ypsilon Lake, which sits at the base of Ypsilon Mountain
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