Explore the best hiking trails in Nevada with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

gentl walk through a desert wetlands.

Very easy well kept trail. Fantastic for a no brainer with no need to pack supplies. Easy if you have children or a stroller, 3' wide trail is well cleared a few puddles go through parts of the trail. Bathrooms available at start and end. Great for a beginning trail runner. All people and dogs were friendly.

6 hours ago

Relaxing nature walk near Tahoe. Drive up from Carson on 50 is also beautiful and drops right near Spooner.

Easy and fun with a cool feature. Overall trail system here is nice for Hike/Bike and good fall color opportunities.

12 hours ago

We hiked on a great weather day in April, first 1/3 is along a wide gravel path, it then gets narrow following a creek. Beautiful views as you hike, waterfalls, stream, wild flowers. We saw a variety of snakes, including a rattlesnake who wouldn't budge off the trail. (watch your step). at the top is a miners cabin, and further up, is an old mine.

on Ice Box Canyon Trails

16 hours ago

Lots of large rocks to climb over at certain points of the trail so make sure you have good shoes. Sadly, there was no water when we went but the view was nice anyway.

Loved the park and trails to overview, educational and beautiful views!

Pretty cool trail. There is the little creek at the first part of the trail. The only problem that I found was the lack of shade.

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!!

Nice walk from the Visitor Center to Hoover Dam. Five tunnels and a steep decline to the dam. There is an elevator, if you're not feeling up to about 10 flights of steps. Then, the first mile is an uphill grade, but not steep since it is an old railroad bed. Lots of interesting signage along the way to clue you in on area history, geology, and flora and fauna.

Was worth the hike. A little bit more difficult than most "easy" hikes ranked on here. The beautiful spring was worth it.

One of my favorite hikes. I highly recommend the loop using whites creek and Thomas creek with .7 miles on Timberline Rd to connect. The road is only light traffic.