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May 30, 2019

Want to get out and explore? We have 104 miles of trails and trail connecting sidewalks for walking and biking. There are also 26 miles of equestrian and equestrian/pedestrian shared trails. Here are 10 good trails to consider to get you started! 

  • Angel Park Trail is approximately three miles in length, running south along Durango Drive, from Bruce Trent Park to Angel Park, continuing west adjacent to the Angel Park Golf Course to Alta Drive. The Angel Park Trailhead serves the trail just south of the Summerlin Parkway.
  • The City’s segment of the regional Las Vegas Wash Trail runs southward along the Las Vegas Wash from Owens Avenue to Charleston Boulevard.The regional trail currently reaches north through the County and City of North Las Vegas to the Beltway and as far south as the Clark County Wetlands Park.
  • The Bonanza Trail is located north of the Summerlin Parkway, connecting the Charlie Kellogg - Joe Zaher Sports Complex to Bill Briare Family Park, continues south on Tenaya Way to Westcliff Drive, runs eastward south of US95 to Jones Boulevard; heads north on Jones to the north side of the US95; continuing east to Decatur Boulevard; then north to Bonanza Road; east to Valley View Boulevard; and southward to the Las Vegas Springs Preserve.Signage guides users along the 6-mile trail.
  • The Buckskin Cliff Shadows Trailhead is located west of the 215 Beltway and west of Cliff Shadows Parkway at Cheyenne Avenue.
  • The Gilmore Cliff Shadows Trailhead is located along the north side of Alexander Road, to the west of the 215 Beltway and west of Cliff Shadows Parkway.
  • The City’s portion of the regional Beltway Trail is from Charleston Boulevard along the west side of the CC‑215 Beltway, running northward to Centennial Parkway.
  • The Pioneer Trail begins east of Interstate 15 on Las Vegas Boulevard, between Bonanza Road and Washington Avenue. It runs north to Owens Avenue, south on Main Street, and heads west on Washington. The trail makes its way through Historic West Las Vegas, affectionately referred to as “The West Side,” highlighting historic properties zigzagging through the surrounding urban area, eventually arriving at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve on Valley View Drive.
  • Floyd Lamb Park Trails within the Environmental Enhancement Areas of Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs. The trails can be accessed from within the park via Durango Drive and Brent Lane, as well as off of Racel Street, east of Durango Drive.
  • The Lone Mountain Trail runs along the Buffalo Drainage Channel, between Buffalo Drive and Tenaya Way, from Summerlin Parkway north to Alexander Road and includes two pedestrian bridges at Lake Mead Boulevard and Cheyenne Avenue.
  • The downtown Cultural Corridor Trail takes users from just east of the Mob Museum on Stewart Avenue at Casino Center Boulevard.It runs north on Casino Center to Bonanza Road; then east on Bonanza to Las Vegas Boulevard and northward on Las Vegas Boulevard to the Cultural Corridor Trail pedestrian bridge for access to the Neon Boneyard Park & Museum as well as the Natural History Museum, Mormon Fort and Cashman Field.

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