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This is a great trail to take in both urban and suburban aspects of Las Vegas.
This is a great bicycle route. Runs along the 215 and crosses very few streets without bridges. Would give 5 stars if there was better parking at the beginning of route.
This trail is actually longer than 11.4 miles. It goes from W. Tropicana Ave. and CR 215 to Centennial Pkwy. Add about 5 miles.
I enjoyed the ride. There were several bridges to cross over the major roads. The trail was blocked at Alexander Road. Apparently some construction is going on.
Was a nice ride went at night perfect weather!
Mostly a bike trail but still walkable. Need more signs like Bonanza/Lone Mountain / Angel Park trails. This is not a night trail
I like that that takes you through so many parks but it’s pretty hard to figure out how to stay on the trail due to inadequate signage
its a great trail to walk run and cycle but it goes further than ann rd. this need to be updated
Trail built in 2018 by BLM. It's a smooth two person wide pea gravel trail with many elevation changes. many signs denoting the history, fauna and flora.
Nice paved trail. Little shade. Some street crossings are challenging. We rode 8 miles and were told you could ride another 30 plus miles on connecting trails. There are places to stop for food & beverages.
My experience is bicycling, but I see others walking and jogging as well. This is an awesome trail to get some miles in with minimal traffic concerns. There are a few intersections to cross, but most have a bridge or tunnel. This is an exceptional resource for bicyclists and others in Las Vegas Nevada. I am super pleased to have this available to us!
I can't argue with any of the previous reviews. It's not a trail you would set out to ride and thoroughly enjoy, but it has it's positives. Before I reached the trail I'd spent the best part of 20 minutes riding down Flamingo and stopping for ages at every single set of lights. I was glad to get on the trail and enjoy some continuous riding.
There were small areas with glass and debris which thankfully caused no issues. There are a few areas of homeless camps which for which I adopted a turn of speed, just in case. I encountered no problems and most were courteous and polite, saying hello as I passed and ensuring their friends weren't blocking my passage. I was a little concerned at first but un-necessarily so. I'd decided that I'd take a different route on the way back but after the first two sets of traffic lights set me back the best part of 10 minutes, I chose to retrace back to town on the trail.
Not the most picturesque trail you could follow and could certainly do with running a sweeper over it, but all in all gets you from The Strip (almost) to Sunrise and keeps you away from the main roads.
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