Located in the Spring Mountains of Southern Nevada, Mt. Charleston is a year-round getaway for residents and visitors of Las Vegas. With a multitude of hiking trails, a ski resort and almost 200 camp sites, Mt. Charleston is a great, relaxing alternative to the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas.
Mount Charleston is named for the highest peak in the area. With an elevation of 11,916 feet and being separated from other peaks from large, low basins, Charleston Peak is the most topographically prominent peak in Nevada.
Mt. Charleston weather is very unique compared to the surrounding desert areas. In the summer months, the weather on the mountain is around 20 degrees cooler than the city. The Mt. Charleston weather average yearly high temperature is just under 60 °F and the average low temperature is around 32 °F. Mt. Charleston typically has areas of snow for more than half of the year.
From the great Mt. Charleston weather to year-round activities for all, Mt. Charleston should be on everybody's list to visit.
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|Current Direction||174° S||Avg. Direction Past 10 min.||189° S||Avg. Direction Today||90° E|
|Wind Run Today||0.0 miles||High Gust Past 10 min.||1.0 mph||High Gust Today||1.0 mph at 00:01|
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|Rainfall This Month||0.00 in||Rainfall This Year||8.98 in|
|Barometer||30.097 in||Pressure Trend||+0.003 in/hr|
|Highest Pressure Today||30.097 in at 00:00||Lowest Pressure Today||30.094 in at 00:00|
|Day Length||12:03||Visible light today||12:53 hours||Moon Phase||Waning Crescent|
|There will be 2min 18s less daylight tomorrow.||30% of the Moon is illuminated.|