Trying to find the best Nevada trails? AllTrails has 628 great hiking trails, trail 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. Whether you're looking for the best trails in Great Basin National Park or around Las Vegas, Reno or Overton we've got you covered. If you're looking for great Nevada state park trails, check out Valley of Fire State Park. Or for some great local park options, check out Spooner Lake Management Area near Glenbrook or Shadow Rock Park near Las Vegas. Ready for some activity? There are 281 moderate trails in Nevada ranging from 0.6 to 124 miles and from 495 to 11,653 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
9 hours ago

Bring some water, shorts, and a picnic... this trail is worth the walk.

Wow! But hard!

Has a very special temporal feel to it!

A must-see! Worth the drive!

hiking
off trail
9 hours ago

Hot hot hot! Wears its name well! Impressive paprika colour rocks with a very private feel to it!

hiking
12 hours ago

Great quick out and back! Uphill to the arrow from the hole was amazing!

hiking
rocky
15 hours ago

Amazing trail. Once you get passed the second tunnel make sure to hike up the hill and continue the trail through the mountain trail. I imagine many turn back after the second tunnel due to being unsure were the trail continues. This trail Is labeled as 3.6 miles; however, it’s a total of 5.8 miles and about 12,000 steps. I was felt really proud that we didn’t turn back and continued the trail. Bring a battery pack for your phone and download the trail beforehand, as there is no reception during the trail. Make sure to start the trail through the south Canyons first. Good luck.

hiking
17 hours ago

on Hunter Creek Trail

hiking
rocky
18 hours ago

Great hike! When crossing the creek for the first time don't go across the sketchy log. If you go a little further there is a bridge. Similarly, when you get near the falls to cross the creek again there is a collection of small logs that you will come across on the trail. If you backtrack a bit there is one big tree that is much easier to walk across.

Overall, a beautiful hike. Not too long or short. Not too difficult or easy. And lots of varied terrain. A nice Goldilocks hike. Highly recommend!

hiking
19 hours ago

Trail is poorly marked and very rocky. Definitely more moderate and not easy. Sign mileages are wrong and underestimate actual length. Walk to trail head is 0.5 miles.

hiking
20 hours ago

Love this trail. Challenging but beautiful. Still has some icy conditions near the water fall but worth the trek. Water running through creek is deeper in the afternoon than morning so it can be a little bit more difficult to cross. Waterproof hiking boots are definitely helpful.

hiking
rocky
21 hours ago

One of our new favorites. The first mile is usually tough but on miles 2-4 it was nice easy footing and allowed for a nice jog.

walking
bridge out
21 hours ago

Easy morning walk, we took 2 dogs, lots of activity on walk. pretty views.

off road driving
no shade
rocky
washed out
22 hours ago

Easy but rocky trail for the first 2/3 of the ride. Last 1/3 of the ride turns scary with washed out soft roads, steep drops, sharp rocks, huge boulders and uneven trails. Definitely a heart pounding ride for amateur drivers, like me. We drove a Can Am Defender Max. Rocks scraped the bottom in 4 spots going down but we were able to avoid them going back up.

Towards the end this wildflower lined trail goes through canyons and narrow passages and ends at a beautiful secluded beach on the Colorado River. We had the beach to ourselves for a few hours before the next off-roader arrived. We saw a few people with boats, kayaks and rafts.

Took about 1.5 hours each way, 3 hours total drive time. We spent a few hours at the beach and made it a full day trip.

The beach has no shade and no facilities. Be prepared for that. Bring lots of water as the desert sun will take its toll.

hiking
no shade
rocky
washed out
22 hours ago

hiking
22 hours ago

The trial head was difficult to find. It is up by the water tower. I didn't hike the actual trail because we didn't find it until our way down. We followed some off roading paths for about 5 miles.

hiking
no shade
rocky
23 hours ago

Tried to do the loop counter clockwise... bad idea! I’m not sure it’s possible that way. There’s no shade to be prepared and the trail gets very rocky/tough on the ankles. It’s a nice length though for a good workout.

hiking
rocky
23 hours ago

hiking
off trail
rocky
23 hours ago

hiking
off trail
snow
23 hours ago

walking
1 day ago

I took my dog for a walk here. It was nice. I wish the trail went all the way around by the water. There were people riding their ATVs. Couple of people walking dogs. The rode in is not so great in my Pontiac Vibe.

hiking
scramble
1 day ago

Easy hike with a few scrambles. I recommend hiking past the water, the view of the Vegas strip is amazing.

hiking
no shade
rocky
1 day ago

It is paved and reasonably maintained

It was such a beautiful day for this hike- would have been better if we brought MORE water, and then brought more on top of what we thought was more than enough. So go, and pack three extra bottles

hiking
no shade
off trail
rocky
1 day ago

Beautiful trail, fairly easy to do and and beautiful waterfall at the end. Some snow and mud in certain areas but nothing crazy.

hiking
bugs
muddy
no shade
off trail
rocky
snow
1 day ago

I used to hike this in the summer, when I lived near there while attending Univeristy of Nevada, Reno. It's an okay hike. But travel in groups as the Washoe County Sheriff's Office has had to come out and investigate suspicous behavior ( this is based on the past, from 1992 to 2000 ). Good for horseback riding but the best times for Peavine are for the Reno Balloon Races in September and for the July 4th fireworks ( you can actually see all of the firework shows in the valley from Peavine ).

walking
snow
1 day ago

we went in middle of April. The trail had a ton of snow but the climb was relatively easy. the views from the top made the holy work any effort expended

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