Explore the best 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.





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Very interesting site with an easy trail to explore the ruins. Plenty of Cottonwoods by the river to break up the desert mountains.

10 hours ago

Great surprise seeing how green the land can be so close to Vegas - left with my dog on a 90 degree day expecting it would get too hot for her after a short while - it was 73 degrees by the time we pulled up and hiked the whole path together - drove back to Vegas after and it was still 90. Lots of shade and some streams so your dog can have a drink.

Good trail if not a bit too much civilization around it. Beautiful healthy Aspen all along the trail right up to Mt Rose. Will be a great fall color spot. It is very rocky in parts.

Good trail with a nice creek and and Aspen groves near the end at Mt Rose Highway. A lot of housing around the trail is a downside. Would be a blast on a bike.

Absolutely amazing views of the lake. Snow free for 2.75 miles from the cafe, then very deep snow. Made it to TRT with no snow shoes quite easily. The snow is so dense you don't sink.

1 day ago

My favorite trail. It's beautiful, woody, and great exercise. If you're into the botany of the area, walk this trail.

this trail was awesome. plenty of parking available and there is a board right before you walk on the actual trail with some information about Mary Jane Falls and surrounding trails. trail is a mix of gravel and dirt which gets rockier the closer you get to the falls. plenty of places to stop and catch your breath. took my dog along and she enjoyed the adventure as well.

1 day ago

This is a quick & easy hike for the avid hiker, and moderate for the average hiker thanks to a solid uphill elevation climb. However, the views are beyond worth it! There's also beautiful benches & a small rock wall to perch on/enjoy the view from.

near Reno not rhyolite.

Favorite part is when your going up the trail has these large rock trails and the bench at the top. This is a pretty easy trail