After trying out a couple geocaches here in the city, we decided to try our luck on a little longer adventure. Mountain Springs Peak is a less-traveled peak in the southern part of Red Rock National Conservation Area. It does not have a maintained trail, but there are several use paths. Altogether it was about 5 miles and 1,100 feet of elevation gained to reach the peak at ~6,600 feet.
We found two caches and lots of cool logs from previous hikers. The earliest note was from 1970. A fun outing for all!
All of the photos are in the Mountain Springs Peak photo album.