Explore the most popular trails near Fish Springs with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Fish Springs, Nevada Map
1 month ago

Great trail to bike or hike for beginners. We took the bikes and finished in 45 minutes. We considered doing the loop at the top a few times, but the sun was setting. I wish we did. From the loop to the beginning of trail too only 8 minutes to descend, with 2 stops.

off road driving
2 months ago

hard to find, but once on the road it was easy to navigate. several places to pull out and do some 4wheeling. the road has some good hills to climb--especially if driving from the Eastern side of sunrise pass. a couple of good mud stretches, and a bit of ice. we drove in January, but it has been a fairly dry year. light traffic--mainly motorcycle and atv.

6 months ago

Difficulty level is between easy and moderate. Minimal climbing but 5 miles. A lot of winding around a fairly small hilly terrain area. Nicer for mtn biking than hiking in our opinion. You could gather pine nuts in early Sept. Nice views of Carson valley.

8 months ago

Great trail! Some technical sections, but all in all, a fun loop!

mountain biking
10 months ago

This is a great year around trail as it gets much less snow than the nearby Carson Range. The trail is suitable for running, hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian use. Easy to reach by heading east on Pine Nut Road 2 from the town of Gardnerville, NV. Well marked parking area suitable for horse trailers is maintained by the BLM. While this is a non-motorized trail there are many nearby OHV trails in the general area. This trail was constructed by and is maintained by the Carson Valley Trails Association (www.carsonvalleytrails.org).

Friday, June 17, 2016