Best Nevada Hiking Trails

Nevada has 20 hikes.

  October 15, 2018

Located in the US, the hiking in Nevada offers over fifteen hikes. The best Nevada hiking based on popularity are considered to be Scenic Loop Trails, Jarbidge River Trail, Ruby Crest Trail, Angel Lake / Grey Lake Trail, and Spring Mountain Divide Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Nevada hiking trail below.



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FEATURED:  Jarbidge River Trail

  Nevada

  April 6, 2018

East of Owyhee and south of Jarbidge, the Jarbidge River Trail follows rivers and climbs long rolling ridges through wildflowers. The 11.5 mile route is also shared with mountain bikers. It passes two hot springs including Robinson Hole in the east on the Jarbidge River and also one north of Jarbridge on the Bruneau River.


FEATURED:  Angel Lake / Grey Lake Trail

  Elko, Nevada

  April 6, 2018

Southwest of Wells, the 36,000 acre East Humboldt Wilderness is an alpine splendor with many peaks above 11,000 feet. The East Humboldt Wilderness gets slammed with Pacific storms and is therefore drips with moist creeks, springs and ponds. Most of the hiking trails dead end into box canyons. There are 38 miles of trails and a 23 mile loop is possible.


FEATURED:  Baker Lake / Johnson Lake Loop

  Ely, Nevada

  June 23, 2016

Southeast of Ely and southwest of Baker in the rugged snake range, the Baker Lake / Johnson Lake Loop is a 13 mile hiking trek through gnarled bristle cone pinestands past high peaks and caverns. There is a nice side scramble up to Baker Peak.


FEATURED:  Twin River Canyon Loop

  Las Vegas, Nevada

  April 4, 2018

North of Tonopah, the 15 mile Twin River Canyon Loop traverses South Twin River Canyon, a aspen covered pass, and the rugged North Twin River Canyon. This a very scenic and challenging hike with river crossings.


FEATURED:  Bristlecone Pine Trail

  Las Vegas, Nevada

  April 3, 2018

Northwest of Las Vegas in the Springs Mountains National Recreation Area, the Bristlecone Pine Trail (6.1 miles) is the only hiking trail located outside the wilderness area. It offers scenic views of Lee Canyon Ski Area, Mummy Mountain, and serene aspen groves. The beginning of the trail winds through a picturesque forest abundant with white fir and large quaking aspen.


FEATURED:  Valley Of Fire State Park

  Las Vegas, Nevada

  October 15, 2018

Northeast of Las Vegas and west of Overton, the Valley Of Fire State Park has a scenic 7 mile round trip hiking trek to the White Domes area. This is a region of white sand stone which stands in stark contrast to the surrounding red sandstone.


FEATURED:  Charleston Peak

  Las Vegas, Nevada

  April 3, 2018

Northwest of Las Vegas in the Mount Charleston Wilderness Area, there are several great treks around Charleston Peak. The North Loop and the South Loop are each about 17 miles. These are challenging high altitude routes with steep and narrow trails.


FEATURED:  Boundary Peak Trail

  Las Vegas, Nevada

  November 20, 2016

West of Tonopah in the White Mountains, the Boundary Peak Trail is a 7.8 mile round trip trek from 8,900 feet to Boundary Peak at 13,140 feet. This is a dry and sparse route through ancient Bristlecone Pines up to the windy summit. The route runs through the Boundary Peak Wilderness Area.


FEATURED:  Gods Pocket Peak

  Elko, Nevada

  March 31, 2018

North of Elko and southeast of Jarbidge, the Gods Pocket Peak Trail is an 11 mile route that runs through the Jarbidge Wildnerness Area up to the East Fork Of Jarbidge River Trail. Since the trailhead can be difficult to find, you may want to actually call the Ranger office to get the best directions from your location.


FEATURED:  Thomas Creek

  Reno, Nevada

  April 3, 2018

Southwest of Reno, the Thomas Creek trail is a 12 mile round-trip trek along a rolling stream through an aspen filled canyon. Spring hikers will find plenty of wildflowers, while fall hikers will encounter awesome autumn colors. The altitude ranges from 7,400 feet to 9,800 feet.