Named for the highest peak in the Spring Mountain range, the community of Mount Charleston allows apartment residents to live comfortably nestled among the tall ponderosa and fir trees that populate the mountaintop.
There's one road in and out of Mount Charleston - Route 157 - putting apartment residents about 35 miles west of the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas
. That town's proximity to the city makes it a popular place for residents there to head when they want to escape Sin City's harsh heat - temperatures in Mount Charleston are normally about 20 degrees cooler than the city - or for when they want to participate in a bit of outdoor recreation in a green oasis known for its spectacular waterfalls, bountiful meadows and diverse wildlife - including wild horses.
That's a perk that Mount Charleston apartment residents get to enjoy each day, as the community is noted for its 52 miles of hiking trails and hundreds of campgrounds and picnic sites. Big Falls is an especially popular hiking spot among tourists and apartment residents alike, particularly for its 100-foot waterfall.
Those who are looking for a few modern amenities with their outdoor experience can head to the Mount Charleston Lodge, which features restaurants, entertainment and a variety of fun activities. The lodge sits at an elevation of 7,000 feet, giving Mount Charleston apartment residents a breathtaking view of the valleys and peaks of the surrounding Spring Mountains.
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