Rocky Mountain National Park: Mummy Range And Lumpy Ridge

The Mummy Range and Lumpy Ridge area of Rocky Mountain National Park take their names from their physical appearances and attributes. Located in the north and northeastern section of Rocky Mountain National Park this area is home to popular areas such as Old Fall River road, Chasm Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and many of the original homesteading sites in the Estes Valley.

The Mummy Range, which was so named because of its uncanny resemblance to a Mummy at rest when viewed from a distance, is home to some of Rocky Mountain National Parks best hikes such as the one to Lawn Lake. The granite formations of Lumpy Ridge are world renowned by rock climbers and are host to the famous Twin Owl formation.