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What a great hike! Although I could never quite figure out when the trail ended, but exploring was great. At the “fork” in the path, go right. When you get to the first green tree that looks out of place, turn 90 degrees and venture down to the waterfall! It rained the day before so there was actually water!

Had a lovely time! My kids definitely enjoyed it!

on Hunter Creek Trail

11 hours ago

Really nice trail to jog & hike. Very muddy at the moment but worth it at the end. Hike takes about 3 hrs round trip.

The trail is hard to find no sign we parked at Mayberry Park. If you are looking at the river follow the path to the right. Go over the wooden bridge. Head up the trail. There’s a sign called Tom Cook keep going up to the top follow the trails (there are a lot of trails). Keep to the right until you reach see the ditch keep right. Keep following that upper flat path to the right for a while until you see a bunch of trees and there’s a hole in a wall. It’s about 2.7 Miles from the park. We didn’t back track. There’s a trail right after the hole descending down. And turned into a single trail track behind housing development. The trail has no shade so it was good to do it in the winter and on a cloudy day. It was also pretty muddy.

hiking
13 hours ago

Very nice moderate trail. Steep enough to get the blood pumping but not so bad as needing to stop and catch my breath. Not sure about where it says the trail starts, but this time of year, the gate is closed so you'll have to park on Timberline or go further up to the parking lot. Neat pond at the top, not much water, but being right at the top of the ridge is interesting.

off road driving
20 hours ago

hard to find, but once on the road it was easy to navigate. several places to pull out and do some 4wheeling. the road has some good hills to climb--especially if driving from the Eastern side of sunrise pass. a couple of good mud stretches, and a bit of ice. we drove in January, but it has been a fairly dry year. light traffic--mainly motorcycle and atv.

This trail is fair to moderate in the beginning. However, once you reach the halfway point it gets challenging. The markings are scarce on this trail. It's easy to get off the path so you really need to pay attention to where you are going. The view at the top is amazing though.

This is my favorite hike in the Las Vegas area. It starts off pretty easy, but after a short while you have to climb down some ropes to continue on and it progressively gets harder. It is really a beautiful hike. The hot springs are really nice and relaxing, but there's a lot of traffic through here so you'll be lucky if you can get into one.

My favorite kind of trail because there was almost no traffic. It's just past the visitor's center on your left. You will see a sign for horseback riding and the trailhead is just after the sign to the right. The terrain is Rocky but no boulders to climb. The rail does not have a sign marking it not are there markers along the way. There are a few spots were the trail is pretty Rocky and it can be tricky to see exactly which way it goes. The view is AMAZING! If you are into photography this trail is for you.

Pretty gross, poo everywhere and overpopulated by birds

off road driving
1 day ago

good beginner trail for off roading. didnt see as much ‘ghost town’ as i was hoping

Great trail, easy to follow, not too steep. Fantastic views.

hiking
1 day ago

Very nice trail, very easy and chill, some unleashed dogs and a bit muddy at the end of the trail. I’ll recommend not going to finish the loop and turn back a quarter of the trail left to avoid muddy parts!

Great hike for getting back in to the swing of things. My dog enjoyed it. I imagine in the summer there isn’t enough shade to bring a dog though.

1 day ago

Trails are a little confusing, but all trails in the area are beautiful! No waterfall when we were there (January 2018) but the trees and rocks creates scenic view.

love this place. always new paths.

So far this is my favorite in town trail! Lots of interesting things to see as your walking. I agree that it is a very easy trail, but totally worth checking out!

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