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The drive to the second parking lot can be a little rough. There is zero shade but other than that it was a nice trail with good views.

hiking
1 day ago

Beautiful views. No shade. 7 lizards

hiking
1 day ago

5.12.18: snow is almost gone. No special equipment needed.

on Calico Tanks Trail

1 day ago

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nature trips
1 day ago

I've been three times so far very impressed with this hike nice waterfall nice Trail took beautiful pictures of Nature and water and I got to pet multiple dogs that come to the waterfall to cool off

It was a moderate hike I did slip even though I had great hiking boots on so just be careful

Really nice view once you get to the top.

The details: Hiked 5/16/18. 55 y.o. hiking fit. 7 am start. 3 hours to summit, 5:30 RT. Snow is no longer an issue, just a couple of very small spots. I brought my yaktrax, and didn’t need them. T shirt up to ridge line where you make the left to GP. Very windy and cold from there, needed hat and gloves and a layer.

This is an awesome hike, my favorite in LV area. 360 views at the top. Very well maintained trail. No scrambling but very steep at the top. Have fun and treat yourself to a Buffalo burger and a beer at the lodge afterwards!

on Raintree Trail

hiking
4 days ago

I took my 11 month old 20lb “weight vest” with me and made it at a pace of 31 min/mi... we both enjoyed the sights, sounds, smells very much! There weren’t a lot of people on the trail either (which I prefer) Can’t wait to do this beautiful hike again!

I hiked this trail on 4/14/2018 and trail conditions then were not favorable. The first 2.5 miles were snow free, after that microspikes/crampons were highly recommended and trekking poles. My buddy and i are pretty experienced hikers who have climbed multiple high altitude peaks even with snow, but even then, there were portions of the trail that were just completely covered with thigh high deep snow. We made it pass the saddle and continued for another mile with Charleston in plain sight, but unfortunately due to time we had to turn back. Had it not been for time we surely would have summited, going again this weekend. Awesome trail though, just a bit long.

nice accent to the top. never had issues with the trail, the orange and white markers were helpful. a good challenge on the way up but more going down with the shale. take your time or you will fall! I did this hike early and was first to summit. not too many other hikers on this trail on a Weds. amazing views at the top!

hiking
6 days ago

nice climb easy for most

Seems easy to use

Great trail with very pretty views of the surrounding Red rock canyon. A lot of the hike is exposed so be prepared to be in the sun. Not too difficult- moderate is a true ranking. Even the drive to the trail head is gorgeous. Would definitely recommend!

Great views during the entire hike up, and an awesome work out! If you’re not in good shape (I’m not) definitely give yourself a few hours so you can take some breaks along the way. I only gave myself about 1.5 hours and I definitely felt rushed to get off the trail before dark. Take your time and enjoy the trip, it’s something you have to do while you’re in the area!

Pretty easy - beware the heat - take plenty of water and sunscreen

very fun

Fun hike! Beautiful views of the pines and mountains. Lots of water flowing thru the creek.

hiking
7 days ago

One of the best trails at Red Rock! Easy to find your way and the views at the end were great!

Nothing to not like about this trail. Postcard beautiful.

a pretty easy hike. it was a great day to go hiking

It was a great slot canyon. If you follow the would be trail passes the slots you have to do some bouldering to get past 1 mile marker. Saw a family of burros and lots of playful birds

trail running
8 days ago

Bit more loose terrain than the average non-hiker may be used to. I found it to be very pretty and very short. Great family hike.

Great hike with the kids! Dog loved swimming and playing too.

nature trips
9 days ago

amazing you may take a nature walk and have a picnic or hike in the tougher trail higher up.

very difficult ESPECIALLY in snow. my last year going and my sons 1st year. we did last year lots of snow.

nice trail beautiful waterfall bathrooms inside red rock

If you’re hiking along the gravel wash, you are not on the actual trail (I realized that about 1 mile in.) Once you get to the north side of the mountain, I recommend veering right to go up and over. It adds some nice elevation and leg burn. Be prepared to scramble back down on the east side.

Strenuous climb but well worth it. The bristlecone pine forest is beautiful. I had to stop myself from takin pictures of every tree.

The Rain Tree is not at the end of this hike but a little past the midway point. I posted a picture showing where the tree is on the AllTrails map. The rest of the hike is worth the trip; you end up on a ridge with steep cliffs. You may be disappointed if you expect the trail to end in an even better tree.

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