Lower Galena Creek Trail is a 4.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Reno, Nevada that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, and snowshoeing and is accessible from April until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
The hike is rather residential for a while, but very pretty still. Most of it is along the creek, but at one point it reaches a fork. I didn't use the tracker, so I didn't know which way to go, but I stuck right in the direction of the creek. Once I reached the fork, I didn't pass any people. It was very nice and peaceful. My dog loved playing in the creek. Most of it is shaded, so that's nice for a late start to the hike and it's very flat most of the way. Very small inclines.
It was very nice and peaceful. My kids had lots of fun exploring.
Very nice trail. Trail runs along nice stream . Very scenic with lots of shade. Great beginner trail that's family friendly .
Absolutely beautiful!! Can't wait to go again.
Great for running
I thought that it was fun and a lot of going up hill beautiful sites with the water would have been better if it wasnt raining but still pretty
Beautiful trail. Keep on it up to the visitor's center, where it connects to all the major Mt. Rose trails.
great hike especially with dogs. Very dog friendly and people friendly. After you get past dry pond trail and head toward Thomas creek trail. Less traffic and very beautiful and quite.
This is a great neighborhood trail. Very easy with a slight elevation gain. Park at the trailhead in Callahan Ranch and walk the entire trail up to Joy Lake Road. It is a pretty hike that follows a small creek and winds through pine trees. The only negative is that is can get crowded, but it is a good beginner hike.