Gold Strike Hot Springs Trail is a hiking trail in Clark County, Nevada. It is within Lake Mead National Recreation Area. It is 2.3 miles long and begins at 734 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,890 feet.
Gold Strike Hot Springs Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"A picturesque hot spring in a fabulous narrow valley near the Colorado River. The spring can only be reached by a technically difficult hike, or by boat. Once you hike the 2 miles down-canyon you will begin to see water. The last half of the hike is the most difficult, requiring some boulder scrambling, with substantial drop-offs. You will eventually come to the hot spring sources. Continue down the canyon until you find a large pool that is ideal for bathing. There are also small waterfalls of hot water in this area, and several other smaller pools. If you wish, you can hike down to the river. Be careful, though, since there are many difficult parts to this trek, with steep drop-offs and rough terrain."
--Matt C. Bischoff, Touring California and Nevada Hot Springs (Falcon Guides).
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