McFarland Peak Hike Details

Region: Mount Charleston
Exposure: 6 / 10
Difficulty: 8 / 10
Danger: 6 / 10
Class: 3
Gain: 3,500 feet
Distance (round trip): 8.0 miles
Hours estimated to complete: 8 hrs
Summit Coordinates: 36.3413860, -115.7255520
Elevation: 10,745 feet
Overview: McFarland Peak is a limestone peak in the northern portion of the Spring Mountains in Clark County of southern Nevada. It is in the Toiyabe National Forest and the Mount Charleston Wilderness. McFarla
Notes: Long drive. 2 short class 3-4 upclimbs. One main tricky section which is about a 8' ledge to downclimb is hard, because you can't see the footholds. You can't really face out, because of the square shape of rock. No good place to fix webbing either- just help each other in group. Another is smooth a
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