Lower Las Vegas Wash Trail

Summerlin, Nevada

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This is one of the many trails that follow a wash as it winds its way through the valley. The trail makes its way to a park that got its start as a working ranch. This is a multiuse trail that is used by people walking, running, and riding bikes. There are a couple of times when you’ll have to cross city streets at crosswalks or lights. This ride follows a partially man-made, partially natural wash as it makes its way down towards a 170-acre park, considered the crown jewel of the North Las Vegas park system. The asphalt trail is downhill one way, with a gradual climb back to the trailhead. The well-landscaped trail passes through an urban area of North Las Vegas and is, for the most part, easy to follow.
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by Paul W. Papa (Falcon Guides)

This is one of the many trails that follow a wash as it winds its way through the valley. The trail makes its way to a park that got its start as a working ranch. This is a multiuse trail that is used by people walking, running, and riding bikes. There are a couple of times when you’ll have to cross city streets at crosswalks or lights.

This ride follows a partially man-made, partially natural wash as it makes its way down towards a 170-acre park, considered the crown jewel of the North Las Vegas park system. The asphalt trail is downhill one way, with a gradual climb back to the trailhead. The well-landscaped trail passes through an urban area of North Las Vegas and is, for the most part, easy to follow.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Summerlin
Distance: 13.1
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 1.5-2 hours
Driving Directions: Directions to Lower Las Vegas Wash Trail

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