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very relaxing, nice hills, decent amount of difficulty without wearing you down. my dog loves it. we've been out 3 times, taking different paths each time. my 2 year old son is also able to walk some parts of the path. But mind your step if taking little ones or clumsy (like me), it's easy to hurt an ankle out there.

hiking
1 month ago

Hiked it towards the end of May. Tons of bugs and mosquitoes. Overall, a decent hike but bring the bug spray.

Very interesting Petroglyphs and you can see the remnants of the Lahontan shoreline on the hills.

hiking
2 months ago

Nice spot with desert vistas and a unique lake.

Nice short track. We started up at the northern parking area where the hidden cave track begins and turned this into a 3mi scramble. Opting for summit crests to maximize elevation changes.

Our dogs were offleash like every other dog out there. My hiking partner's heavier dog did split a paw pad, it is certainly rocky and I would advise you take that into consideration before taking your fur-family members out there.

Most recent photos in the gallery (as of 20FEB) show views and conditions as of 18FEB.

walking
5 months ago

It's a simple trail that loops around the lake. You get a 360 view of the mountains in the distance. It's a great walk near the water. Definitely recommend it. Although, we weren't able to find the hot spring that is mentioned in the description.

trail running
7 months ago

walking
10 months ago

Glad I found this spot! I will definitely return here for trail running, mountain biking, and just walking my dog. It has great views and the lake mirrors the sky! Take a 4 x 4 or higher vehicle as the roads in are bumpy desert roads. Remember to take sunscreen and water as there is not much shade along the loop.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

This is a hidden gem. It's a little difficult to get out there but once you park there is a dirt road the runs the perimeter of the lake. I ran the perimeter and it was basically 3.2 miles. Very little elevation change but you are running on a dirt road so it's a little hard. There is another trail closer to the water but there were tons of bugs but a dog would love it! I also jumped in the water at the end which is clean and warm. It would be perfect for triathlon training! Well just the swim and the run. Bring a camelback!

In Fallon for work and this trail is just what I needed to get away and enjoy nature. Started at the main entrance but veered to the right to follow the other trail. It's about 1.5 miles mostly uphill. It's gradual and would be moderate walking but difficult running which is what I was attempting to do. The trails takes you to the top of some peaks that overlook NAS Fallon and you get so see the jets takeoff and land. Continue to follow the trail and it's about .5 miles downhill to the hidden cave. From the cave, I took to dirt road back home for 5 miles total loop. Bring a camelback!

hiking
Saturday, March 05, 2016

The trail is kind of hard to see in the beginning but very easy to spot where you came from. Ended up taking the long route and starting from the main entrance of trail and coming out next to the hidden cave. It's a nice spot and has a nice bench at the end for you to sit and look out on the dried lake bed. The hike was in estimation would be close to 7 miles. But very nice and the dogs had a great time.

hiking
Wednesday, February 17, 2016

hiking
Thursday, January 28, 2016

I like this trail. I went there last weekend and this morning and going there again in 3 days. lol
it's close to where I live and quiet, gives my 2 dogs and myself a good exercise! I also like the view it's something new and almost breath taking to me since I grow up in Tokyo. I haven't tried the hidden cave area yet but definitely will! 家の近所なので、犬の散歩兼エクササイズでよく行きます。盆地の中のトレイルを登り切ると荒野が見渡せます。私のような初心者向けです!

hiking
Saturday, January 02, 2016

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Mostly level trail but very sandy in places. I generally start at the geothermal plant off Soda Lake Road to avoid private property. It's not very scenic and can be very buggy in the spring and summer but you can walk as long as you want in complete solitude.

hiking
Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Amazing petroglyphs and it's an important cultural spot for the Paiute Indians of Nevada. It's a simple interpretive trail and the hike is easy. if you appreciate rock art it's hard to beat this site in both ease of access and in quality of petroglyphs.