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  • Any Nevada hiking enthusiast will tell you that Great Basin National Park is best explored via National Park hiking. While that opinion is clearly biased, it is nevertheless correct. Great Basin Natio...
  • Robber's Roost is a short loop trail which climbs up a canyon to a couple of caves. It then winds through a forest of pinion pines and mountain mahogany before returning back to the main trail.

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  • The West Walker River Trail is approximately 17.5 miles long. It begins in the Leavitt Meadows Campground. Parking is available at the Leavitt Meadows Trailhead adjacent to the campground. This tra...

  • The Buckeye Creek Trail begins at the Buckeye Trailhead, in Buckeye Campground. It is approximately 10 miles to the trail fork. The North Fork Buckeye Creek Trail continues for approximately 2.5 mi...

  • The trail travels up a canyon through tall ponderosa pine, aspen, mountain mahogany, and shrubs. A number of small caves dot the limestone walls along the way.After following an old road for 1.2 mi...

  • The Tamarack Lake trail is 1.3 miles long. It begins at 21017 Sec 7 and ends at Tamarack Lake Sec 13. The trail is open for the following uses: Hiking, horseback riding.

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  • Griffith Peak Trail offers an interesting variety of vegetation along with spectacular views of Las Vegas, Lake Mead, Pahrump, Lovell Canyon, and Kyle Canyon.The trail begins with an easy ascent th...

  • The trail begins in Mazie Canyon amid ponderosa and white fir, but soon enters a stand of aspen. This is one of the most colorful areas in the summer when the wildflowers are blooming and the butte...