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The Trails in Summerlin Village

Las Vegas, Nevada



3.54 miles

Elevation Gain

243 ft

Route Type



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The Trails in Summerlin Village, Las Vegas, Nevada, offers a variety of hiking options for outdoor enthusiasts. The area is known for its well-maintained paths, suitable for both beginners and experienced hikers. The trails range from easy to moderate difficulty, with clear signage and markers for guidance. One of the key features of these trails is the presence of unique rock formations. These geological structures add an element of interest to the hikes, providing excellent photo opportunities. Additionally, the trails are home to a variety of local wildlife, adding to the overall appeal of the area. For those interested in water features, several trails run alongside a river, offering beautiful views and a refreshing ambiance. There are also a few trails that lead to a lake, providing a perfect spot for a picnic or rest stop. When hiking in this area, it's important to stay on the marked trails to protect the local flora and fauna. Also, remember to carry enough water, especially during the hotter months. The Trails in Summerlin Village is a great place to enjoy the outdoors in Las Vegas, offering a variety of trails to suit all levels of hikers.
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