Mount Charleston reopens to the public
Mount Charleston is reopening today after the Carpenter 1 wildfirePhoto: Video by ktnv.com
Spring Mountains, NV (KTNV) -- The general public will finally be allowed up on Mount Charleston as of morning. The U.S. Forest Service says the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area will reopen several trails and developed and dispersed recreation sites to the general public beginning at
Open trails include: Bristlecone, Trail Canyon to Hwy 158, Robbers Roost, Telephone Canyon, Fletcher Canyon, Mary Jane Falls and North Loop to the junction with Trail Canyon.
Open recreation sites are: Cathedral Rock, Deer Creek, Sawmill, and Lee Meadows picnic areas. Fletcher View is open for day use only. Hilltop Campground and the Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort are open to camping.
All National Forest developed recreation sites in Kyle Canyon are open for day use activities only, no overnight camping. Forest closure order number 04-17-13-17 prohibits entry into the Carpenter 1 Fire burned areas as well as certain other trails.