As described by Gerry Roach in his guidebook to Rocky Mountain National Park: "This voyage collects all the mummies. It is a one-day traverse of the Mummy Range that nets you six peaks. It requires 16 miles and 5,600 vertical feet of elevation gain." Roach's route is a point-to-point from the Chipin Lake TH to the Lawn Lake TH. The peaks are: Chapin(12,454'), Chiquita (13,069'), Ypsilon (13,514'), Fairchild (13,502'), Hagues (13,560'), and Mummy (13,426').
Way back on 7/31/1979, Bill Briggs did a loop version starting and finishing at the Lawn Lake TH and skipping Chapin, in about 9 hours.