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This mountain retreat is close to Las Vegas Nevada with only a thirty minute drive.
Outdoor activities with camping, hiking and skiing. Request more information about Mt Charleston NV Homes for Sale.
If you thought Las Vegas was nothing but desert, think again! Mt. Charleston real estate is home to a seasonal waterfall, and tends to be 30-35 degrees cooler than other areas.
Mount Charleston Map – Mt Charleston NV Real Estate
You can find Mt Charleston NV real estate 35 miles northwest of Las Vegas, situated in the Spring Mountain Range and Toiyabe National Forest.
With an elevation of 12,000 feet, Mt. Charleston ranks among the nation’s top 10 highest mountains. Don’t be surprised to see native animals like songbirds, wild burros, desert tortoises, and deer scurrying about.
Robert Ratliff with RE/MAX Las Vegas Ratliff Realty Group is 702-508-8262 is currently listed as Las Vegas real estate broker. This business is listed for Mt Charleston Nevada Homes, buyer´s agent, listing agent, and providing MLS listings.
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Mount Charleston map shows 50 miles along the west edge of Las Vegas is a Mount Charleston Map, the Spring Mountains mark the start of Nevada’s Great Basin Desert, characterized by tall, narrow, ridges separated by wide, empty valleys, and differing from the Mojave Desert to the south in that the temperatures are lower, average elevation higher and annual rainfall greater.
All such mountains are well separated from neighboring ranges by the much lower and more extensive desert land in between, and so harbor distinct plant and animal life, as well as containing a variety of climate zones in close proximity; both these aspects are illustrated by Mount Charleston, the highest summit of the Spring Mountains (11,918 feet), whose foothills may be reached by an easy half hour drive from downtown Las Vegas.
Although not particularly spectacular to look at – certainly not in the same league as the rocky summits of Colorado or California.
Mt Charleston Nevada Homes receives many visitors each year, who come for hiking, picnicking, photography, skiing (November to March), or just to escape from the heat below.
The temperatures at the highest points reached by road (around 8,000 feet) are usually 15 to 20°F lower than in Las Vegas Valley, with the summit another 10°F below this.
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