Backpacking Trails in Nevada
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Backpacking Trails in Nevada

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4 - 57 mi
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Nevada has 33 backpacking trails. These trails range from 4 to 57.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Spring Mountains: Mt. Charleston Peak Loop, Bonanza Trail and Ruby Crest National Recreation Trail. Trails.com member Jim S. recently completed Death Valley National Park: Badwater Basin to Gold Valley.
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This hike is one where you can really get out and hike without meeting many people. This ...
A long day hike or overnight backpack trip through a series of spectacular canyons in ...
Only by Nevada standards can these two streams be referred to as rivers, but what the ...
The Bonanza Trail offers excellent scenery and views of Charleston and McFarland peaks, ...
The journey to Winchell Lake takes hikers and backpackers into the heart of the east side ...
The trip to Marlette Lake via the North Canyon Road is still a favorite with mountain ...
A roaring river, two subalpine lakes, lofty peaks, verdant meadows, and dense forests ...
The route to the summit of Mt. Rose may be the most popular trail in the state of Nevada. ...
A very long day hike or overnight backpack trip on a good trail through a scenic canyon ...
Only 2 miles from a popular summer camp lies a seldom visited, flourishing valley rimmed ...
On this hike, you’ll travel through beautiful pine forests for great views at the highest ...
Named after Charleston, North Carolina, by the Dixie general of a mapping team in 1869, ...
The climb over Liberty Pass and into the Ruby Lakes is the most popular backpack in the ...
Climb out of the desert heat to breezy alpine solitude.
This cross-country canyon trek in the Lower 48’s largest national park goes from the lowest ...
The Overland Lake Trail is the only practical route for reaching the heart of the Ruby ...
The Table Mountain Wilderness is named for the sloping, roughly rectangular, 12-square-mile ...
The seldom-seen topography in the Alta Toquima Wilderness has much to offer both the casual ...
The Toiyabe Crest Trail is the highlight of any venture into the Toiyabe Mountains. Although ...
Nearly equal to Lamoille Canyon in scenic attributes, the northern section of the Ruby ...
The Greys Lake Trail leads you from one spectacular subalpine lake to another in five ...
The Santa Rosa-Paradise Peak Wilderness could be a backpacker's worst nightmare for those ...
A day hike or backpack trip on a less used trail to an alpine lake and historic mining ...
A two-or three-day backpack trip in the Monitor Range following a seldom-used trail through ...
A 2-or 3-day cross-country and trail backpack trip through a rugged but scenic, less traveled ...
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