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wandern
steinig
6 hours ago

wandern
2 days ago

Intense from the beginning, you will want to give up but just keep going it’s well worth it ..... my phone died so recording is the way up only (not in and out) food Vikings shoes and plenty of water

gehen
2 days ago

easy trail. not heavily trafficked. occasional runner and cyclist.

wandern
3 days ago

Very nicely maintained trail. No garbage. Can add more distance by walking around the mall.

wandern
kein schatten
3 days ago

Very rocky in some areas. I wouldn’t rate it easy.

Very pleasant walk in an urban environment. Watch for bird droppings.

This is not very long. Hard to consider it a trail but it has nice wetlands views.

Really great trail for birdwatching and a pleasant walk. Lots of access points.

Beautiful trail in the late winter through spring. The summer would probably not be a good time to be out here as there is not much shade. I came at the end of January temp 63. Midday was not busy. Felt like I was exploring all by myself. Very beautiful and easy trail.

wandern
kein schatten
steinig
5 days ago

Good trail, covered in pulverized rock. Good, manageable stretches of incline/decline. Suitable for strollers, and the dog loved it. It is an on-lead trail, but not everyone respects that rule, so use caution.

Great trail for snow shoeing.

Behind a locked gate but definitely not trespassing! Views of the strip! The locals call it sunrise mountain and it’s a good substitute for the manitou incline in my hometown . Amen I come to Vegas I’ll always make time for this sweet vertical climb

I parked at Lone Mountain Regional Park off of Lone Mountain Rd. I made my way up to where the gravel loop began. The gravel is about 1/4" minus, quite fine. The loop is fairly flat and the scenery given that it's in the middle of dessert, is interesting. My Fitbit Ionic tells me that the loop is just yards short of 2.2 miles. I ran it twice because I was expecting it to be a mile longer and didn't recognize the place I started as i zipped by at a snail's pace. Twice around and exiting exactly where I entered came out at 4.37 miles on the Ionic. There was a lot of activity on the trail and a lot of dog walkers. I don't think there was a single dog without a leash today which was good because I'm not comfortable with dogs coming towards me unhindered. There was some dog and horse poop on the trail but not that much and I don't think it would be a problem unless someone was using the path when it was dark out. I saw a lot of dog poop that was off the path so owners must yank their dogs off the path when they show signs that they're about to drop a load. This was a great place to run if you're not going a long distance. Two or three laps won't get boring, unless maybe you're doing it every day I give it five stars for runners.

wandern
kein schatten
6 days ago

The path along the base of the mountain made for a nice walk. The paths up the mountain were a little rough and steep, not really an "easy" trail. Views were great!

Great trail. Family & pet friendly.

wandern
scrambling
8 days ago

If this was any steeper it would be a climb

Very easy loop around Lone Mountain.

wandern
kein schatten
steinig
10 days ago

wandern
abseits des Weges
steinig
11 days ago

I like this trail, I did it both yesterday and today. Yesterday I didn’t have time to finish the loop so I climbed to a peak that you will reach at around 2 miles, and then I turned back. Today I planned on doing the whole loop. I reached the same peak then descended to the other side just to look at the app and realize I was heading off of the trail. I looked around and it seems as if the trail on the app doesn’t exist at that point. So back up the mountain and back to the start I went. Whenever I go here again I will plan for that peak to be where I turn around and go back.

I didn’t have time to do the whole loop today but I liked this trail. It’s simple, wide open and perfect for dogs. Plan on coming back to do the whole thing soon. Nothing amazing, but it’s good.

wandern
steinig
12 days ago

The view from the top was great but it was really rocky and steep. Glad to have done it once.

wandern
13 days ago

This area is very popular due to the proximity to Reno, the river, views of the foothills and the fact that the bit of snow that falls here compared to further up the hills melts very quickly. As such, dog owners can be a bit heavy on weekend mornings. My recommendation is to come during the week or very early - while most are still sleeping.

scrambling
steinig
13 days ago

NOT A MODERATE HIKE. This placed my 4 month old and dog in a dangerous situation. I ended up falling on my back. Thankfully I protected the baby how I fell. BRING GLOVES. Leave dogs and kids at home.

Firstly, the main trail that runs through Dorostkar Park is not a 1.5 mile loop trail, nor is it a 1.3 mile loop trail as the county describes it. It is a portion of the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway. The trail is paved with asphalt and is approximately 10 feet wide. If you start running from the Dorostkar Park parking lot, and go to the right, you will soon come to a fork. If you take the left fork you'll cross the bridge shown in some images and eventually reach a turn-around with a picnic table in the middle of it. If you take the right fork you'll head back up towards Mayberry Road and out of the park. If you head left from the Dorostkar parking lot you'll soon end up out of the park and if you keep following the natural direction of the path you'll end up in a residential area. Keep going through that and you'll end up on trail again and will go through Mayberry Park. The trail is fairly flat and almost entirely paved. It makes for a good jog if you don't mind running on asphalt. I plan to explore the area a little more. I've been back a couple of times now and have found a dirt path that is probably the loop trail. It is poorly maintained at the moment, is broken up by the paved trail, and would take 2 or 3 tries to run the 1.3 mile length of it because there are small offshoots to the trail that ultimately lead one on a shorter loop. The dirt loop trail is unmarked at the head and if you're facing the river the trail head is off to the right of the parking lot and fairly close to the road behind. This dirt trail is narrow in places and is blocked in one place that could be easily cleared.

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