Lawnmower Descent via Lawnmower Saddle

Blue Diamond, Nevada

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This trail offers a fun alternative to the Lawnmower Trail which leads into the Lawnmower Descent. Instead of climbing Lawnmower, you take Rubber Ducky to Wounded Knee and then make the long gradual climb, eventually reaching the top of the hill. Once at the top you begin a descent down the other side, eventually leading into a technical downhill section before meeting up again with the connector trail that takes you back to the dirt road.
Mountain Biking Las Vegas and Southern Nevada

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Mountain Biking Las Vegas and Southern Nevada

by Paul W. Papa (Falcon Guides)

This trail offers a fun alternative to the Lawnmower Trail which leads into the Lawnmower Descent. Instead of climbing Lawnmower, you take Rubber Ducky to Wounded Knee and then make the long gradual climb, eventually reaching the top of the hill.

Once at the top you begin a descent down the other side, eventually leading into a technical downhill section before meeting up again with the connector trail that takes you back to the dirt road.

© 2017 Paul W. Papa /Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Trail Running
Nearby City: Blue Diamond
Distance: 7.4
Elevation Gain: 338 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Challenging
Physical Difficulty: Challenging
Terrain: Mostly dirt, with large rocks and many loose small rocks.
Duration: 1- 2 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: McGhie’s Bike Outpost, (702) 875-4820; Southern Nevada Mountain Bike Association, snmba.net
Local Maps: There are no official maps to this region
Driving Directions: Directions to Lawnmower Descent via Lawnmower Saddle

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