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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 adjacent highway is currently signed as Clark County 215, the route is in the process of being upgraded to interstate standards—hence the trail's name.
The urban trail provides a convenient off-road route for commuters, as well as a recreational escape about two miles west of the Las Vegas Strip. At the trail's northern end, it curves east to follow the highway and becomes the Northern Beltway Trail. Passing Hualapai Way, Fort Apache Road, and Durango Road, the route currently ends at Grand Montecito Parkway.
Plans include extending the trail east through the Centennial Bowl interchange to Tenaya Way, where it will connect with an existing section of the trail which continues east to North Decatur Boulevard.
For further adventuring, the center of the trail is not far from the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, accessible from Charleston Boulevard.
Parking is available at the southern end of the trail at the shopping complex off W Tropicana Avenue. Trail users should use caution when crossing the busy road.
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