Looking for a great trail near Overton, Nevada? AllTrails has 46 great hiking trails, running trails, views 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 Valley of Fire State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Overton Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 30 easy trails in Overton ranging from 0.6 to 29.4 miles and from 1,591 to 3,261 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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nice Trail. I loved the different train to explore. I recently had a leg entry but I was able to get around the loop without much trouble. I highly recommended as a starter hike but make sure you have the app.

We met with my family this place full of a lot of diversity of figures on rocks or with all the photos you can enjoy as much as being in those beautiful places thanks to HIKING WITH FRIENDS. Guzman FamilyDriottez

This is a great trail: most of it is easy with few parts that are moderate because you need to climb some rocks and you may find yourself off trail. October is a great time of the year to hike these mountains. It was sunny and the temperature was perfect towards 80F. The entrance to the park is 10$ and they prefer cash (faster) but they also accept credit card. This hike begins at parking lot 3. The first part (Fire wave) is well marked and easy. At the end of this segment, it is not indicated how to connect to the next section to continue the loop. You have to follow the dry creek path going right and then it will be easier and you will find other signs along the way. You will walk through the pink Canyon (beautiful) and then the White Domes. The last part of this hike is moderate and you will gain some elevation and it’s rocky. not well marked but with this app I never had any problem to stay on the trail most of the time. Around 5.5 km with little shade. I took a little bit kore than 1 hour and a half to complete it. And I took many pit stop for pictures! My suggestion is to go later in the afternoon when the color of these mountains is even more emphasized by the sunset!

hiking
7 days ago

cool view, but just a walk up stairs

Trail is mostly sand. Petroglyphs are super cool to see and worth the very hot and sunny hike.

hiking
7 days ago

solid trail, descending down the trail has a great view.

pretty solid trail with lots of sand. actually saw some sheep eating while I was hiking the trail.

hiking
no shade
7 days ago

Great trail, short and nice on a frequently hot day. Wave rocks and fun to scramble but it gets hot quickly if you’re doing the loop be liberal with your water that you take along. I bring usually about 3 L per person.

hiking
no shade
rocky
7 days ago

hiking
off trail
over grown
8 days ago

As you can see by my recording I couldn’t find half of trail. Even from the beginning I could hardly find it. None the less I found one that went over to a different trail,, cruises down that hoping to find somewhere I could Connect with this trail but couldn’t so come bAck the same way. Very beautiful. Wish I could follow it.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
12 days ago

Loved it! The views are spectacular, the climbs are super fun. I would NOT call this easy. I would rate it as Moderate.

hiking
12 days ago

Full sun hike. Decent hike with some very cool rock formations at the end.

Very nice easy hike with some cool Petroglyphs. Very enjoyable.

hiking
off trail
scramble
17 days ago

Seven Wonders (and pink canyon) aren't marked - or indicated on the park map at all, so it's hard to see how to connect to Fire Wave from White Domes. We were too busy looking for safe footing to notice the Crazy Hill :/ but loved the hike overall. Definitely bring the route with you so you don't get lost. Would highly recommend for a sunrise or sunset hike. Temperatures were great early October :) and the route was 60 lb dog-friendly :)

hiking
no shade
scramble
19 days ago

75 degrees but feels significantly warmer. Pack lots of water and take advantage of the shady alcoves to rehydrate. Walk is flat beach-like with many opportunities to go off trail for some scramble. Look up so you don’t miss the petroglyphs.

The trail was long. This is just a few steps off the main road. no need to go on the trail.

hiking
20 days ago

Best view is from the road.

hiking
bugs
rocky
21 days ago

Easy trail with excellent views of the red rocks

scenic driving
21 days ago

Superb scenery, do not miss this drive.

hiking
21 days ago

You can see the road, but a walk around the area is very nice also.

hiking
21 days ago

Not really a trail just a walk up some stairs. The petroglyphs are beautiful

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