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    Pine Creek Trail

    Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada
    Distance1.2mi
    Elevation Gain397ft
    Trailhead Elevation4,053ft
    Top4,162ft
    Elevation Min/Max3954/4162ft
    Elevation Start/End4053/4053ft

    Pine Creek Trail

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    Union City, NJ
    Explorer | 30 pts
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    11/1/2015
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    Henderson, NV
    Pathfinder | 90 pts
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    5/31/2014
    Really nice day hike. Pine Creak has a small loop to head back before going into canyon. Loop can be easy to miss .. just stay left.
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    New Hartford, NY
    Adventurer | 201 pts
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    2/14/2010
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    Arden Hills, MN
    Pathfinder | 130 pts
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    10/16/2009
    Fairly Easy hike with beautiful redrock scenery. You hit the pines and it's amazing to see the difference in terrain. It's green and lush. Here's where to see the butterflies and the birds! It was a nice break after hiking other sections of the red rock canyon earlier that day.
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    Las Vegas, NV
    Pathfinder | 82 pts
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    2/8/2008
    The trail is easy to find and follow. I suggest that anybody taking this trail bring water as the rock scrambling can be a little exhaustive. The trees are a welcome break from the weather and led to some interesting wildlife watching as I was able to track a mule deer through the undergrowth. The veiw at the end is definately worth the hike as it makes you feel like you are a million miles away from civilization. I would not rate this trail any higher than a three however as it is easy.
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    Las Vegas, NV
    Adventurer | 270 pts
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    11/10/2007
    From the trailhead at the parking lot, we went down a hill and hiked through the desert floor. On the left was the remains of the Horace Wilson homestead which was quite interesting. Further up we came to a canyon with a creek until we reached a fork at the Mescalito Peak. We went right at the fork and went over a few rocks and ended up near a beautiful pond with a small waterfall. On the way back, we crossed the creek and came down the other side for a little ways. The hike was easy and about 3 miles long.
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    Trail Information

    Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
    Nearby City
    Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
    Parks
    Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
    Accessibility
    Moderate
    Skill Level
    Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
    Local Contacts
    USGS Blue Diamond, La Madre Mountain
    Local Maps

    6 Members Completed

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