Imaging spectroscopy (hyperspectral imaging) has been used to successfully map minerals at the outcrop, deposit, district, and regional scale. This contribution presents spectral-based mineral maps of the Battle Mountain mining district, Nevada, USA, generated using multi-scale airborne imaging and ground-based point spectrometers. Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) and AisaFENIX 1K imaging spectrometer data were processed using Atmospheric and Topographic Correction (ATCOR-4) software with an empirical correction multiplier derived from field data. Data were used to generate spectral-based mineral maps with spatial resolutions of 13.5 and 1.8 m. A comparison of the various radiative transfer models used to convert radiance data to reflectance indicated that the ATCOR4 rugged model performed best for these datasets. These mineral maps were then used to spectrally characterize two potential porphyry mineral targets in the district.