Looking for a great trail near Las Vegas, Nevada? AllTrails has 139 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Floyd R Lamb State Park or Vistas Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Shadow Rock Park or Desert Wetlands Park. Ready for some activity? There are 64 moderate trails in Las Vegas ranging from 1.1 to 45.1 miles and from 1,574 to 9,767 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Cool trail! If it wasn’t for the graded section I would of given it 5 ☆.

easy...great view

This trail felt really long. A lot of up. Very beautiful though. You will feel super accomplished after you complete it. I am not in awesome shape but I did finish it. On the last incline I had to stop a bunch. I would recommend at least 4 liters of water. I am very happy I did it!

off road driving
1 day ago

Started at 95 and ended on 93. busy on the weekend. Visitor center is worth a stop- nice little museum of Native American history and wildlife. Completed in a stock 4Runner 4x4 - definitely recommend 4wd- was planning on taking my 2wd Tacoma here but I’m glad I didn’t. Would’ve made it but wouldn’t be comfortable in certain parts. Also a very bumpy ride- Smooths out a little as you get into the mountains. Beware of runners/oncoming vehicles around sharp turns. I recommend higher clearance if you plan on traveling past the campground. And this part of the trail is narrow- it would suck if you get someone going the opposite direction. Next time we will stop at the campground and turn around. Still very enjoyable- peekaboo Canyon is beautiful, really a nice mix of desert and mountains.

hiking
no shade
off trail
rocky
1 day ago

Moderate to difficult. Made it all the way, but my 8 year old couldn’t make it the entire way. Very rocky the entire way. Parts seem like you can’t continue further but you have to climb around to continue. Beautiful views.

hiking
2 days ago

Very nice trail. Arrive early to avoid the heat and people with music without headphones

hiking
rocky
scramble
2 days ago

Easily a favorite!! Class III scramble, amazing views and rocks the whole way! Short and great for a little morning hike but definitely enough to get blood pumping!

Great trail , bring lots of water, no shade.

hiking
bugs
rocky
2 days ago

A good challenge for beginners, but is not at all easy. There is a good incline from first way point to the summit with a lot of gravel and sandy footing. A lot of monarch butterflies and little chipmunk thingies at the top; they made it enjoyable to take in the atmosphere.

hiking
rocky
scramble
2 days ago

Hiked this trail October 9. Stunning views around every corner. Fortunate to see a juvenile bighorn! Very highly recommend!

hiking
rocky
scramble
3 days ago

Good trail, hard to find at times. Best to have your phone out to make sure you’re still on the right heading at the very least. About 1-1.5 miles is a hardcore scramble through a valley, but once you hit the river bed you’re home free. Lots of traffic near other parking lots, but otherwise few people out on the trail.

hiking
rocky
3 days ago

This was a nice trail in Mount Charleston where you could see lee canyon and take the old trail around the back on the mountain where it was a small trail but much more woodsy and beautiful. Weather was freezing and my boyfriend and I decided to backpack it so we stayed the night at the top... very windy and around 25 degrees. Overall loved the hike, not a big fan of the ending on the lee canyon parking road.

Perfect hike for the little ones since it is on a boardwalk. Trail provides some history and geaographical descriptions of the landscape and boulders. View is magnificent. The trail has been under construction for many months but a quick hike on the the right side of the area is pretty satisfactory.

should definitely be marked as "easy", not "moderate ". A nice stroll, but not the good hike i was looking for. pretty, but i probably won't do it again. for reference- i am only kinda active. like, i enjoy hiking with my dog, but i also really enjoy anything you can deep fry. so, when i say it was an easy walk, it really was- we were in and out in a little over an hour.

i did 2.5 hours to accomplish this trail. 6.6 miles long

had a blast on this trail

hiking
off trail
rocky
scramble
5 days ago

This trail was not well marked so we got off trail a bit and because of this ended up turning around early. Super pretty views and a lot of fun to scramble around.

A different Red Rock Canyon, very green and even after this extremely dry Summer there was still some water in the creek. Good hike if you want to see some wildlife, we saw burrows twice and some rare leopard lizards

Relaxing easy trails to hike with educational historical signs along the way. Babbling brooks fed from a desert aquifer and shaded areas from the trees make this park a true desert oasis. Nice picnic area, visitor center, parking and restrooms ADA trails and family friendly.

hiking
rocky
scramble
5 days ago

Great hike! We went with our 12 yo, 10yo, and 8yo. Once we figured out to stick in the creek bed, we had lots of fun. On the way out it was hot (Alaska Standards) and in the sun. We found shade in the cliff caves! The ponds of the creek bed were full of life and fun for the kids. The bouldering was fun and a bit challenging for the kids.

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