This first segment of the North Las Vegas Trail begins near the Upper Las Vegas Wash, a unique geologic feature known for its fossils. The trail travels southeast for just over two miles along the dry riverbed to Sandstone Ridge Park, which offers public restrooms, baseball and soccer fields, and basketball courts.
As the path winds its way through residential areas and desert landscaping, you can find comfort in the drinking fountains and shaded shelters along the trail.
Parking and Trail Access
Parking lots are available at the eastern end of the trail at Sandstone Ridge Park (1661 West Hammer Lane) and off Washburn Road.
Walked a portion/ Wonderful!!
A friend and I like to walk during our stays in Las Vegas. This time instead of walking the blocks around our hotel (which is off the strip and there is not much to look at!) I searched for a "scenic" trail for us to get our walking in. How refreshing ...
N 16th at Bonanza
I live right by this trail and another person in July stated that the pavement is cracked and is trashy. Well you can expect trash falling from the Great Basin Hwy to fall onto the bicycle trail. I know for a fact that my section of this trail is clean ...
Lower Las Vegas Wash Trail
This is the Lower Las Vegas Wash Trail and now extends southeast all of the way to Alexander Road at Arcata. There is a disconnect of the trail from N. 5th Street @ Craig to the next section to the south, but Craig at this point is a wide street with ...