nature trips


wild flowers


dog friendly


kid friendly

trail running


horseback riding

mountain biking

dogs on leash




off road driving


scenic driving


The Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest's spectacular 6.3 million acres makes it the largest national forest in the lower 48 states. Located in Nevada and a small portion of eastern California, the Forest offers year-round recreation of all types.

Enjoyable easy hike with easy to follow path. Nice views from the top.

Short hike with amazing beaches waiting. Heavenly

Best way to get to Flume trail. All up hill going out. Worth the work for flume/ marlette trails at the top

Only one big patch of snow. Some wet areas and fallen trees on the trail. Great workout of 2.75 miles going straight up. Enjoy.

Not as great of a view as I'd hoped for at the end, but it was an enjoyable hike. Easy.

Such an awesome hike! I first summited Tamarack, day before Father's day, then headed over and up Mt. Rose. Tons of snow still. This made finding and staying on the trail difficult. I even came across what appeared to be a few active avalanche areas on Tamarack... Up at the summit of Mt. Rose, I found an unbelievable amount of flies! Gnarly. ON the way back had to take the lower trail back to the lot. Could not find, so had to shoot for the highway and walk up along the road with a fellow hiker I had met.

Hiked this trail every summer for 20 years! Ever since before I was born my family has been camping at Annett's Mono Village! My favorite spot in the world and this trail is always a great family day hike!

Great trail we did this one on June 13th. We did not do the loop will probably do that on Saturday. Lots of shade on this trail. This will probably become a top favorite to do many times.

2 days ago

on Hunter Creek Trail

2 days ago

Peaceful run, sounds of water.

I need more practice hiking at altitude and maybe cooler temps for this one. I only did about 1.4 miles total I'm an avid gym goer and this one was a little tough for me at almost 49.

Beautiful hike with great views. There is very little shade and the grade is pretty steep for the majority of the hike. I would say it's "difficult" or "hard" instead of moderate, but it can be done.

3 days ago

I did this trail a few weeks back. Nice hike takes a few hours up and a few more down. has a waterfall at the end that's really nice you can sit and hang out. Can get recently steep and you do have to cross a few rivers so be ready for that the water when I was there was basically rapids in some parts and could easily sweep someone or an animal even away if you fell in and yes it is deep the higher you go. We ran out of water half way up not thinking it through so bring a backpack with plenty of it. Eventually you hit forest and its pretty cool temperature from there on out. Please wear proper shoes or hiking boots not running shoes you will hurt your feet on the sharp/and or loose rock on the trail and it gets very narrow at some points the further you go so have respect and let others pass by when you see them its safer and faster for everyone.