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Wish I had read these reviews before we decided to ride this trail. It is a sad example of urban trail that has been taken over by homeless. We went on a Saturday before noon and thought there would be lots of people riding and walking the trail and didn't come across anyone except homeless. The smell and amount of garbage left was terrible. It was called Neon to Nature and we definitely didn't see any nature. Too bad because it was evident that there was millions of dollars spent on this project. My husband and I felt unsafe on this trail! Very sad!
Stranded in Las Vegas due to blizzard in Boston, so I decided to go for a long run while I was here. I ran from circus circus down to where the trail crosses Desert Inn Rd and hopped on it. My preliminary version of bicycles and runners and families were quickly diminished and the 3 mile stretch that I ran was full of garbage and trash and vandalism and homeless people. On the return leg I opted to run on 6 miles of concrete sidewalk along a busy road, if that tells you anything. This trail has a lot of potential, but it needs a lot of TLC.
Ok ride, nice to be off the street most of the time, but there are crossings. LV needs more paved trails that are at least 10 miles one way.
it's great in some spots others are supper hot you are just baking out in the sun there is no shade or trees for most of it and it is short come on LV put some money down for the bikers.
The 215 re-alignment project includes extending the Western Beltway Trail from about a mile South of Lone Mountain Road to the new Centennial bridge, under construction, and ending at Centennial near the Providence Master Plan. I don't know of any plans to connect the new trail with the existing trail system.
I hit the trail on my heavily modified mountain bike (cruiser) at the furthest Northern Point at Deere Springs way; parking in the Kohl's parking lot. From here I road the entire length joining up with the the Lower LV Wash Trail near Alexander. I continued riding all the way to Las Vegas Boulevard turning around just past Broad Acres Flea Market.
The trail is in good condition with some gravel and weeds needing attention. Be prepared, while the trail does have a few bridges it does have a few road crossings as well. The crossing at Craig has lots of traffic. This truly is a wonderful trail and the citizens of North Las Vegas should be grateful that it was built. I only passed a handful of other folks out enjoying the cool clear December weather.
Don't hesitate, go ride this trail as soon as you can! Maybe make a trip out of it and stop at Broad Acres to look for some treasures.
Hope to see you out there!
My husband and I ran this trail for a four mile recovery run after the Rock n Roll Vegas Marathon. For cycling it's good in that you don't have to deal with intersections. For running it was amazingly dull. It's basically a paved electrical right of way next to a freeway. Ugly and boring.
another off road trail, nice are leisurely riding through one's neighborhood
a good place to start cycling, short, with some hills but rather easy and a few off path safe places to ride
this is a very long trail, I go about half way and turn back home which is great. I would suggest early in the am during summer.
I ride the Flamingo Arroyo trail several times a week. It has a vandalism problem. I routinely clean up broken glass from it. The path is open through Sunrise Trailhead which is closed to vehicular traffic due to extreme vandalism of the facilities. You can take the path to the Wetlands Center for bathroom facilities or take a hard left just past the trailhead to continue down to Terrazo Park, the Pabco trail, and the RMLT connector.
Original thought we would start at the Sunrise trailhead but the park was blocked off with cement barriers and did not look like it was in use anymore. This was on the edge of town and at the end of the pavement. Wasn’t real comfortable with the security of the area, so moved on to the next trail head on Sloan Lane. This really wasn’t a trailhead you would expect in the city, gravel lot with no signage indicating parking area. Had to drive over the sidewalk and up a ramp, did have some cement and gravel to navigate over the original curb. We planned to travel West and turns out you have to go back to the main street of Sahara and follow it a fair distance before connecting to the actual trail. Rather than ride on this busy main thoroughfare, we rode on the very narrow sidewalk, dodging shopping carts filled with chunks of cement and a lot of trash. The trail was okay but again had to dodge a fair amount of trash and travel through some dicey looking areas (trash filled underpass, etc.). Of all the Vegas trails we have ridden this would rate at the very bottom and would only ride again if nothing else was available.
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