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

Good neighborhood bike or hike. not heavily trafficked

When you get up to about 2.1 miles, there is a great bench-like rock along the ridge to sit and have lunch & a beer while gazing at a great view of the Strip.

Loved it

Keep going all the way to the cabin. Bring lots of water.

Nice hike in Las Vegas. Park at either entrance of Lone Mountain Park (free). Good view of the strip. Great viewing point for fireworks or moon or star gazing. The rest of Lone Mountain Park is great too.

Great workout. A lot of elevation gain in a fairly short distance (about 2 miles.) I usually get to the junction with the North Loop in 55 mins and can run back down in 20. Perfect for days where you don’t have a lot of time, but want a great workout surrounded by the beauty of the wilderness.

Fun easy little hike that's pathway leads to our community. Nice view at top! Dog friendly

Nice hike but we traveled this October and there was no waterfall or pond to see. The trail is poorly marked after the first mile. The area is beautiful to see!

Great hike!!! Hiked up and all around the mountain. Great feeling to reach the top of the mountain!!! The hike up was a little treacherous and steep for me, but I have not hiked since June. For anyone in better shape it would be a breeze. Overall great hike!!!!!

Easy trail to practice off-road basics for sure. Definitely stick to the right cause a lot of the trail is gone. Stock wranglers have no problem with decent all terrain tires and just paying attention to random rocks. 3rd and 4th gear in 4lo no problem.

Well marked trail with excellent views. The second set of switchbacks are not for the novice hiker. The angle of ascent is steep and the trail is loose. Proper footwear is an absolute must. Plan to get here very early to get a good start.

Good trail for hiking, but not suitable for running (loose gravel and large rocks).

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25 days ago

This is great trail with beautiful views. The leaves were just starting to change and there was so much to see and take pictures of along the way. Next time I plan to keep going all the up to Griffith peak!

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25 days ago

This wasn't an easy hike for us (family of 4, with a 4yr old and 9yr old). Maybe we are just out of shape but I would call it moderate, not easy. It started out easy enough but then goes straight up and is more like mountain climbing. We had to stop several times and there were younger (more in-shape) hikers that were stopped as well.

The trail is also very hard to find if you don't know the area. The map will take you to a closed off gate and Little Falls isn't even listed on the newer maps. You don't know if you are on the right trail until you are halfway there. We just followed the directions written by someone else on here and finally found it after about 10 minutes of driving back and forth and searching for "stairs".

Great hike, rewarding views! If you like switchbacks, this trail is for you!

Oh Lone Mountain how I used to love you. Lets see where do I start? Its a good workout to walk or jog. Dog owners refuse to pick up their dogs poo even though there’s multiple cans and baggie stations. How about the refusal to leash their dogs so they may break your stride and run up on you. If you’re terrified of pooches or allergic don’t come to this trail. Yep there’s multiple signs asking owners to leash their dogs.

Here’s my favorite part, make sure you double check everything. Had my wallet stolen out of my truck. Good luck.

Good trail if you want to ditch the gym. Its a cute little hike up and nice views once you reach the top.

Great trail! Im a local and have done tons of hikes around Vegas and this is my favorite one outside of Red Rock. I followed Tori's comments and went on to find this little arch. You need to go past the given end of the trail if you come out here! As stated, once you find the geographic markers just keep going straight, descending and ascending a little and descending again until you get to the grey sleet rocks- there are some cool rock formations and over the edge of the one that looks most like a cliff you will find this arch. we were practically aitting on it before we realized it was right there. the beginning of the trail forks a few times so it was helpful to keep this app up, i had service for the first mile or so and was able to get on the right track. it ended up being a bit over 6 miles and it is a good workout with great reward! def recommend it!

Great hike for experienced hikers. Loose rock so wear good hiking shoes. Trekking poles are a must to save the knees. Great view of the surrounding area.

A big rock with a running/walking path going around it next to the freeway. no vegetation. not impressed.

This was a great hike!

Nice and short for smaller kids and dogs

I loved this place when few knew about it. Parents allow their kids to be cruel to the animals who have made this park their home, and the staff is nowhere to be found.

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1 month ago

Full of tarantula hawks, thistles and cacti. Heard there were rattle snakes. Must be true. Don’t go. Also the cabin is haunted, grudge-style, so a Japanese ghost will eat you.

Great drive!

Easy and great fun for families!

Fairly difficult but well worth it when you reach the summit!

Not bad. Cool views.

Decent hike for beginners. This is a good start for more aggressive hikes.

love this hike! incredible views. wear good shoes

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