Railroad Tunnel Trail

EASY 196 reviews

Railroad Tunnel Trail is a 7.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Boulder City, Nevada that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and road biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
7.2 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
643 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dog friendly

kid friendly

hiking

road biking

trail running

walking

views

From Las Vegas, NV, take 93 south through Boulder City, NV. Turn Left on Lake Shore Dr. If you drive past the Hacienda, you have driven too far. From Kingman, take 93 north and leave AZ. Drive past the Hacienda, and turn Right on Lake Shore Dr. The trail head is approximately 500 yards down Lake Shore Dr, on the right.

Perfect for fall or winter weather!

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13 days ago

Easy trail, but good workout.

hiking
15 days ago

it was easy, beautiful views, amazing... I want to do it again.

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17 days ago

awesome little trek, I went on this hike with my 7yrs daughter and my 10 yrs son. we loved this hike, amazing history throughout the hike. best views of the lake, only challenging part was the hike from the car to the gate, the rest is pretty flat even trail.

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18 days ago

21 days ago

A mellow nice walk. Very chill!

hiking
24 days ago

Very minimal parking. Can park a little further away at the visitors center or at the Hacienda Hotel, but that’s a steep trail down to the railroad trail.

Mostly flat trail. Nice views of the lake. The tunnnels are a nice cool respite from the hot desert sun and heat. Easy long hike.

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1 month ago

this is a simple hike you can do with your kiddos.. stroller friendly

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2 months ago

The views and ease of hiking this trail, make it great exercise for your body soul. It is relatively flat and the dirt path easily walked in supportive sneakers. If you can’t quite make the 7 mile round trip, you can turn back at any point and return the same way you came in. No map interpretation required. Trail is very recognizable in person.