The Mummy Range mostly lies within Rocky Mountain National Park, and encompasses over 160 square miles of  rugged glaciated summits, six of which are above 13,000 ft. The Mummy range is part of the Front Range, and shares similar characteristics as its neighbors to the southwest, the Never Summer Mountains.

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Mummy Range

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The Mummy Range mostly lies within Rocky Mountain National Park, and encompasses over 160 square miles of  rugged glaciated summits, six of which are above 13,000 ft. The Mummy range is part of the Front Range, and shares similar characteristics as its neighbors to the southwest, the Never Summer Mountains.

 

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