nature trips

wild flowers

dog friendly


kid friendly


horseback riding


trail running

mountain biking


dogs on leash



off road driving


scenic driving

rock climbing


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.

Awesome!!! For seeing 3 waterfalls and good trail workout for your legs and it's cool temperature and good for breathing fresh air helps your sinuses lol , epic hike!!

1 day ago

Great trail. Follows the stream the entire way. I hike this one connecting to dry pond and back down Whites creek several times per week. As of today, there's only a small patch of snow left on the trail... not an obstacle.

Great hike. Beautiful views

Incredible views. Goes from austere desert landscape and finishes in a dark pine forest. Lots of clean water along the way for your dog.

3 days ago

I'm not in the best shape I been in. Done this trail twice,going up is is slow for this fat kid but I made it.

Upon further reading this was only 2.8 one way! I am just not accustomed to covering hiking terrain so slowly! It was well worth it!

As a novice hiker, I thought his trail was 5.7 miles round trip. It was a two hour hike one way to the water fall. There were a few people that passed us but can't imagine anyone could make it in less than 90minutes one way. Found a hiking stick that was helpful. Instead of crossing the stream, we doubled back on steamditch. Trail about 250 yds to a bridge across the stream. There are two other smaller streams close to the waterfall that require a little bit of logistics across rocks and logs but doable. We were wearing waterproof hiking boots but did not have to step in the streams. Beautiful scenic hike. Hope to do it again when we come back to the area. Lisa L Boise ID.

I really enjoyed this hike for a light quick mix of trail running and walking. The only drawback is that it is a very popular trail that is well traveled

Nice hike- there was heavy equipment working part of the trail, so went back. We will try this one again!!!