Mountains and Lakes

Two views for you, one of four man-made lakes, and a view of the Summerlin Peaks. Powerboats are not allowed on the man-made lakes as the lakes are slender, and I suspect the risk of wave damage to the shorelines is in play. That’s too bad as there are fish planted in the lakes, and the water quality seems to be very high too.

As far as I am aware, only the locals refer to the peaks, or foothills as the Summerlin Peaks. Many miles northwest of what you see in the photo are Fletcher Peak and Mount Charleston, both at just under twelve thousand feet. I think one of these mountains is visible from the far east area of the valley, but not at my place!

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