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Amargosa Trail

10 mi
State: NV
Asphalt, Concrete, Dirt

Anthem East Trail

7 mi
State: NV
Asphalt, Dirt

Bonanza Trail

5.3 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Boulder Highway Trail

6.2 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Burkholder Trail

3.2 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Cactus Wren Trail

1 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Cedar Drainage Trail

1.85 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Downs 5 Trail

0.3 mi
State: NV
Concrete

Duck Creek Trail (NV)

3.25 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Equestrian North Trail

1.7 mi
State: NV
Dirt

Equestrian South Trail

2 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Flamingo Arroyo Trail

15.5 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Goodsprings Trail

2.2 mi
State: NV
Dirt

Historic Railroad Trail

3.7 mi
State: NV
Dirt, Gravel

I-215 East Beltway Trail

7 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

I-215 West Beltway Trail

11.4 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

I-515 Trail

4.4 mi
State: NV
Asphalt, Concrete

Lake Mead Parkway Trail

6.7 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Lone Mountain Trail

4 mi
State: NV
Concrete

Lower Las Vegas Wash Trail

13.4 mi
State: NV
Asphalt, Concrete
Accordion

Pitman Wash Trail

4 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

River Mountains Loop Trail

35.3 mi
State: NV
Asphalt, Concrete

Saguaro Trail

1.5 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

St. Rose Parkway Trail

8.1 mi
State: NV
Asphalt, Concrete

Union Pacific Railroad Trail

7.3 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Upper Las Vegas Wash Trail

4.2 mi
State: NV
Asphalt, Concrete

Veterans Memorial Drive Trail

4.3 mi
State: NV
Asphalt

Wetlands Trail Connector

2.1 mi
State: NV
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Amargosa Trail stretches across Henderson, a large suburb just south of Las Vegas. Trail-goers should note that there are several street crossings along the route and little shade. The trail,...
NV 10 mi Asphalt, Concrete, Dirt
The Anthem East Trail runs along the McCullough Range from Anthem Hills Park to neighborhoods off Shadow Canyon Drive in Henderson. The trail affords stunning views of Las Vegas and the surrounding...
NV 7 mi Asphalt, Dirt
The Bonanza Trail travels east to west for about 5.3 miles in Las Vegas, along a combination of off-street trails, on-street bike lanes and sidewalks. Despite this, the trail is easy to navigate...
NV 5.3 mi Asphalt
The Boulder Highway Trail follows its namesake roadway through southeast Henderson, providing access to numerous residential and commercial areas. There are several major street crossings along the...
NV 6.2 mi Asphalt
The Burkholder Trail connects the multi-use path at Lake Mead Parkway to the River Mountains Loop Trail in Henderson. The 3.2-mile trail includes nice landscaping, lighting, signs and benches, and...
NV 3.2 mi Asphalt
The Cactus Wren Trail is a short connector between two much longer trails in Henderson: the I-215 East Beltway Trail in the north and the Amargosa Trail in the south. The wide, paved trail runs along...
NV 1 mi Asphalt
The trail runs alongside the Cedar Drainage Channel in Las Vegas, between Pecos Road, and another multiuse trail, the Upper Las Vegas Wash Trail. As you head east from Pecos Road, the Sunrise and...
NV 1.85 mi Asphalt
The Downs 5 Trail is a short neighborhood route in Henderson, a southern suburb of Las Vegas. The trail extends from Newport Drive in the north to the Saguaro Trail in the south. Trail users can take...
NV 0.3 mi Concrete
The Duck Creek Trail is a wide, asphalt trail that follows the course of its namesake creek through residential areas in southern Las Vegas, eventually leading into the Clark County Wetlands Park. The...
NV 3.25 mi Asphalt
The Equestrian North Trail extends south and then east from Equestrian Park North, which features a plethora of amenities for horses and their riders, including an arena, holding pen and trailer...
NV 1.7 mi Dirt
The Equestrian South Trail forms a crisscrossing loop around Equestrian Park South in Henderson. The park is so named because it offers a large area for horses and parking for horse trailers,...
NV 2 mi Asphalt
The Flaming Arroyo Trail curves across the heart of suburban Clark County, passing through the communities of Paradise, Winchester and Sunrise Manor. The trail follows Flamingo Wash for nearly its...
NV 15.5 mi Asphalt
Located about forty miles southwest of Las Vegas, the small town of Goodsprings was once a booming mining town while Las Vegas was just getting settled. The 2.2 mile Goodsprings Trail, a natural...
NV 2.2 mi Dirt
Just 30 miles from Las Vegas, near Boulder City, the gravel Historic Railroad Trail hugs the hills on the southern shoreline of vast Lake Mead. The rail-trail offers panoramic views of the manmade...
NV 3.7 mi Dirt, Gravel
The I-215 East Beltway runs alongside the Las Vegas Beltway (officially named the Bruce Woodbury Beltway) in the Sin City suburbs of Paradise and Henderson. Primarily used as a commuting corridor, the...
NV 7 mi Asphalt
The I-215 West Beltway Trail follows the Las Vegas Beltway (officially named the Bruce Woodbury Beltway) along the city's western border, offering views of the mountains that flank the city. While the...
NV 11.4 mi Asphalt
The I-515 Trail runs through eastern Las Vegas, providing a useful alternative route along the busy highway, which is also known as US 95. This pathway starts downtown, off N. Maryland Parkway, and...
NV 4.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Lake Mead Parkway Trail runs along its namesake roadway, with segments on both sides, from central Henderson to the outskirts of town near Lake Las Vegas Parkway. There, the trail connects to the...
NV 6.7 mi Asphalt
The Lone Mountain Trail is a Las Vegas runs four miles north to south. It's paved and mostly flat, welcoming to a variety of users ranging from walkers to joggers to cyclists. Despite its numerous...
NV 4 mi Concrete
The Lower Las Vegas Wash Trail is a popular recreational trail in the Las Vegas area, the impressive result of a multi-jurisdictional collaboration between Clark County and the cities of Las Vegas and...
NV 13.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Accordion
The Pitman Wash Trail follows what is usually a dry wash through residential neighborhoods in Henderson, a southern suburb of Las Vegas, from Pebble Road north to the Arroyo Grande Sports Complex. The...
NV 4 mi Asphalt
The River Mountains Loop Trail runs for more than 35 miles on a loop around the River Mountains, which form the backdrop of Las Vegas and Henderson. The trail is 12 feet wide and paved, with an...
NV 35.3 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Saguaro Trail runs east to west through residential areas of Henderson, connecting residents with three trails and two popular parks. In the east, the trail begins in Saguaro Park, a 6-acre...
NV 1.5 mi Asphalt
The St. Rose Parkway Trail runs along both sides of the road of the same name in Henderson, a southern suburb of Las Vegas. In the south, the trail ends at the M Resort Spa Casino, one of the newest...
NV 8.1 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Union Pacific Railroad Trail runs along an active track, cutting through Henderson and connecting to residential neighborhoods and commercial shopping districts. The spur line sees infrequent...
NV 7.3 mi Asphalt
The Upper Las Vegas Wash Trail is a paved pathway that parallels its namesake irrigation channel through North Las Vegas. Running north to south, the trail provides direct access for residents of the...
NV 4.2 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Veterans Memorial Drive Trail is a paved pathway paralleling both sides of its eponymous roadway in the southwest corner of Boulder City, which lies 25 miles outside of Las Vegas. The trail offers...
NV 4.3 mi Asphalt
The Wetlands Trail Connector runs from a junction with the Lake Mead Parkway Trail and River Mountains Loop Trail along Lake Mead Parkway to Terrazza Park in northeast Henderson. Just across Lake Las...
NV 2.1 mi Asphalt

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I-215 East Beltway Trail

I 215 Trail

November, 2019 by wegot2go

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.

I-215 West Beltway Trail

Fantastic Trail!

April, 2019 by rwood48

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!

Flamingo Arroyo Trail

A Means to an End

April, 2019 by dave.hemingway

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.

Accordion

River Mountains Loop Trail

April Fools Challenge

April, 2019 by dave.hemingway

I set myself the challenge of renting a road bike and riding out from The Strip down Flamingo Arroyo, Wetlands and Connector trails then taking the River Mountains Loop clockwise before retracing back to Vegas, Baby.

Flamingo Arroyo is a means to an end. It gets you out of the city to Sunrise avoiding the main trafficked roads and onto Wetlands, which is a nice trail. There's a couple of miles slog up to The Loop from here then you need to decide clockwise or anti clockwise.

I'm 16 stones so not a climber and I managed alright. There's nothing particularly steep but the drag from Lake Mead to the top of the hill at Boulder City is a long, hard slog. I plodded gently up it in marginally under 55 minutes excluding a stop to give directions to a couple that couldn't read the sign they were standing next to. Why they'd assume a bloke from 5,000 miles away would have any local knowledge is open to question.

The early April sunshine had the temperature hitting 30 degrees C (double it and add 32 I think for old school) in parts; strangely the hottest bit was during the climb to boulder city which was dashed inconvenient. I ran out of drink atop the climb and managed to restock at the Equestrian Drive Car Park where the water fountain dispenses the nicest water on earth (and I live near Buxton!) A good tip is to memorise where the water dispensaries are before you set off. I didn't struggle the Three Sisters. Kept a bit of pace up and sprinted up them. Overall good trail. Good tarmac most of the way round with a few contraction cracks in places. Not many opportunities for shade so I'd imagine it would be good to heed the advice of avoidance in the summer months. Completely enjoyable and easily accomplished by an average, middle aged cyclist.

Strava Link if interested. https://www.strava.com/activities/2258408601/

Historic Railroad Trail

A Favorite, But Under Repair

March, 2019 by chawks64

This is a really great trail, one of my favorites, but be aware of two things:

1. The trail is currently closed (as of March 5, 2019) at Tunnel 3 for repairs, so the trail is shortened.

2. The trail can be closed during the hottest months, basically so tourists unaccustomed to the heat don't harm themselves.

River Mountains Loop Trail

Up and Down

January, 2019 by acewickwire

Happy New Year…completed this nearly 38 mile (some signage claims 31 miles) loop on 4 Jan 2019. Parked at Equestrian Dog Park in Henderson. Good park to start from, there is a decent restroom with water at the location. (At the end of Equestrian Dr there is also a parking area with pit toilet and bike repair station.) Took connector trail up to the River Mountains Loop trail about 0.5 mile away. Traveled clockwise. Was cool temps (50’s) and calm. Still saw a number of other folks on the trail, mostly bikers but some walkers. Signage on some portions of the trail was lacking at intersections. Following the main trail was easy enough but if wanting to take a side trip requires a study of the map. Once on the Lake Mead side of the loop watched a coyote trot down the trail in front of us for a short distance, finally leaving the trail when we got a little closer. Then on the big climb up to Boulder City there was a group of Desert Bighorn Sheep rams right on the edge of the trail enjoying the grassy shoulder. This is not a Rails-to-Trails type trail, plenty of hills to climb and glide down. Can’t imagine attempting this in the middle of the summer, no shade available anywhere. Enjoyed the ride but was ready to be done once we saw the end in sight.

Flamingo Arroyo Trail

Too many homeless

December, 2018 by pirate.nomes

Sort of confusing finding the trail head. Parked on the other side of McCleod not down by Twain. Thankfully we did that as the underpass bridge is basically a homeless camp. Unfortunately there were several homeless camps along the way. Lots of trash as well

Flamingo Arroyo Trail

Not worth the time

November, 2018 by mjestraw1

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!

River Mountains Loop Trail

Not For Beginners

September, 2018 by insight2099

Here’s my take on the trail:
Required abilities- Hot weather endurance, be able to ride at least 40 miles without too much trouble, able to handle long climbs.

Required gear: Depending the time of year, bring at least 2 liters of water. There are a few watering holes (mile 3, 12 I think, 16 ish, and from 22 on you’re near civilization), snacks and electrolytes.

When to ride: DO NOT RIDE FROM JUNE TO SEPTEMBER! There is literally a sign at the visitor area that says that. The heat can kill you and has killed others. I rode in October and still succumbed to the heat. If you do ride in the fall or spring, ride early (6AM is nice).

Others have commented that this is all climbs and descents. THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. There are no flat areas. Going clockwise, mile 19 to mile 34 is one long continuous (and at times arduous) climb. Miles 1 to 19 are a bunch of ups and downs.

Mile 4 to 14 has the “Three Sisters.” Three very intense but short climbs followed by really fun and winding descents. I clocked at 37 mph on a 37 lbs hybrid and I wasn’t even trying.

If you’re trying it for the first time, go clockwise. It’s more fun, and if you poop out after mile 20, you are near civilization. Clockwise takes you around to Lake Las Vegas and Lake Meade via very pretty and scenic route. The “Three Sisters” aren’t as bad, the down hill descents stretch out nicely.

Counterclockwise starts with a brutal uphill followed by a very long descent. “The Wash” portion of the descent (mile 28 to mile 31 ish) is tough, hot, and slippery. If you’re on a road bike, please be careful.

From mile 19 to mile 1 it is a mostly gentle climb with some severe bumps. The Sisters are called the “Three Not-So-Nice words” going this direction. Please be prepared, as they are in the last portion of your ride.

Is it worth doing? Yes! If you plan it right, it’s a great experience. If you can do it with friends, even better. Please take the appropriate steps, come at the right time, and make sure you are good enough in a bike to enjoy the ride. Kick it’s butt!

Union Pacific Railroad Trail

Now connected to River Mountain Loops Trail

August, 2018 by 1ksp825

Connection to River Mountain Loops Trail on the south end is now complete, bridge over Interstate 11 is scenic.

Historic Railroad Trail

short but fun

May, 2018 by thomas zepeda

We rode this on our tandem road bike. Easy ride with great views. Hard pack surface with thin layer of fine grit. Easily rideable with a road bike if you don’t do the hill at the end. We say two desert big horn sheep. Also met some friendly people along the way.

Pitman Wash Trail

Love this trail. Ride this one every weekend

May, 2018 by bas2971

Love this trail. Ride this one every weekend

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