Snake Creek Road

Great Basin National Park, Nevada

Distance2.8mi
Elevation Gain145ft
Trailhead Elevation8,180ft
Top8,325ft
Elevation Min/Max8180/8325ft
Elevation Start/End8180/8180ft

Snake Creek Road

Snake Creek Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in White Pine County, Nevada. It is within Great Basin National Park. It is 2.8 miles long and begins at 8,180 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 145 feet. The trail ends near the Shoshone camp site. This trail connects with the following: Baker Creek Trail and Great Basin National Park.

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Hiking Nevada: A Guide to the State's Greatest Adventures (Falcon Guides)
Bruce Grubbs
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"An easy cross-country and trail day hike along Snake Creek in Great Basin National Park. This short trail is worthwhile because it takes you to a tributary of Snake Creek. You’ll be hiking it clockwise. Cross the campground and follow the old road that climbs left (southwest) out of the camp area. Several switchbacks lead to the road’s abrupt end. Now turn right and drop directly downhill, cross-country, to the creek. Cross this waterway, then turn right onto the Dead Lake Trail, an old road, and follow it back to the trailhead. Or you can just follow the creek downhill to the trailhead."

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Great Basin National Park
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Great Basin National Park
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Kid-friendly
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Easy
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Great Basin National Park (775) 234-7331
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