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Best Trails of Nevada

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running,

 

#1. Bullards Bar Loop
Try this ride for miles and miles of sweet, rolling singletrack on a very well-marked trail system with inspiring lake (OK, it's a reservoir) views, old-growth forests and great swimming possibilities...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Northern California's Best 100 Trails"
Hiking Trails
Nevada City, CA - Mountain Biking - 22 miles


#2. The Flume - TRT Ride
Arguably the best mountain bike route in the west, the Flume Trail has been featured on postcards and in a gazillion bicycle publications. But, this ride’s popularity almost contradicts the claim. Dur...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Northern California"
Hiking Trails
Incline Village, NV - Mountain Biking - 22 miles


#3. Jones Creek, Whites Creek Trail
About 10 miles SW of Reno. A day hike in the Carson Range with outstanding views....
From the guidebook "Hiking Nevada"
Hiking Trails
Reno, NV - Hiking - 8 miles


#4. Charleston Peak National Scenic Trail
Approximately 49 miles NW of Las Vegas. A day hike in the Spring Mountains. Special attractions: High ridge hike with spectacular alpine views....
From the guidebook "Hiking Nevada"
Hiking Trails
Las Vegas, NV - Hiking - 13 miles


#5. Gold Strike Hot Spring
A picturesque hot spring in a fabulous narrow valley near the Colorado River. The spring can only be reached by a technically difficult hike, or by boat. Once you hike the 2 miles down-canyon you will...
From the guidebook "Touring California and Nevada Hot Springs"
Hiking Trails
Boulder City, NV - Hot Springs - 4 miles


#6. Arizona Hot Spring
The third hot spring along the Lower Colorado River, Arizona Hot Spring includes a waterfall and an excellent pool for bathing. It can be reached by boat or a 3.3-mile hike. Like other hot springs in ...
From the guidebook "Touring California and Nevada Hot Springs"
Hiking Trails
Boulder City, NV - Hot Springs - 6.6 miles


#7. Mount Rose
About 15 miles SW of Reno. A day hike in the Carson Range. Special attractions: Spectacular views of the Lake Tahoe region of the Sierra Nevada....
From the guidebook "Hiking Nevada"
Hiking Trails
Reno, NV - Hiking - 12 miles


#8. Tahoe Rim Trail: Big Meadow Trailhead To Echo Summit / Echo Lake
There are three beautiful lakes on this trip: Round Lake is only a 5.2-mile round trip from the trailhead. Dardanelles is 1.4 miles off the TRT and provides a 6.8-mile round trip. Showers Lake is a go...
From the guidebook "The Tahoe Rim Trail: A Complete Guide for Hikers, Mountain Bikers, and Equestrians"
Hiking Trails
Meyers, CA - Hiking - 17.5 miles


#9. Downieville Downhill
A visit to the Sierra Buttes area should appear on every mountain biker's "must do" list. The Sierra Buttes are gigantic, jagged, rocky pinnacles that push straight up over 2,000 feet from the surrou...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Northern California's Best 100 Trails"
Hiking Trails
Downieville, CA - Mountain Biking - 14 miles


#10. First Creek Canyon
Approximately 20 miles west of Las Vegas. A day hike in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Special attractions: Scenic canyon with seasonal waterfalls....
From the guidebook "Hiking Nevada"
Hiking Trails
Las Vegas, NV - Hiking - 5 miles



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