Hiking Trails Near Las Vegas, NV
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Hiking Trails Near Las Vegas, NV

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Las Vegas has 67 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.3 to 32 miles in length. The most popular trails are Lake Mead: Anniversary Narrows, Spring Mountains: Mt. Charleston Peak Loop and Red Rocks: Turtlehead Peak. Trails.com member Dave W. recently completed Spring Mountains: Big Falls. See all Las Vegas trails.
Best Trails in Las Vegas 67 Results
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This hike features sweeping views from a choice Red Rock Canyon peak. Although it’s not ...
This hike will lead you to solitude, geologic wonders, and views of classic desert beauty. ...
A cross-country day hike to a 6,323-foot summit offering spectacular views of the red ...
Frenchman Mountain is a great place to bring a picnic dinner, watch the sunset over the ...
This hike is one where you can really get out and hike without meeting many people. This ...
A day hike in the Spring Mountains along a high ridge with spectacular alpine views. Use ...
Anniversary Narrows is as beautiful a slot canyon as any other on Earth. It’s not very ...
This loop takes you through a secluded pocket of life, around the rugged sandstone of ...
This hike takes you through a cathedral of volcanic rocks to Lake Mead. Cleopatra Wash ...
This hike is a good wildlife viewing opportunity. You may see bighorn sheep, deer, and ...
This scurry over jumbled sandstone leads to a hidden water pocket and a great view of ...
Hike along this trail to see the intersection of great and colorful geologic eras. The ...
This hike takes you through a quiet corner of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area ...
The Bonanza Trail offers excellent scenery and views of Charleston and McFarland peaks, ...
Gotta love those loop hikes! It really makes each portion of a trail new and exciting ...
A cross-country day hike to a natural bridge and great views of the Red Rock Canyon National ...
This hike to a lush canyon and a shady rock shelter that once served as a hideout for ...
No signs point to this waterfall, but it is the most spectacular one in the Spring Mountains, ...
Named after Charleston, North Carolina, by the Dixie general of a mapping team in 1869, ...
This hike is a favorite for hiker and dog alike. The plant and wildlife di­versity, as ...
This very difficult hike will take you up the crown peak of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation ...
The hike to Mummy Spring is a tour through some of the Spring Mountains’ most biologically ...
This is the most popular hike in the Spring Mountains, up challenging switchbacks to a ...
For dogs that love water, a trail that follows a stream and crosses it multiple times ...
With a decent elevation change and some fantastic views, the hike to Cave Spring is a ...
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