Pahrump Valley Trails
Nestled in the foothills of Mount Charleston and the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, discover scenic Pahrump Valley and Death Valley National Park from new perspectives at the Pahrump Valley Trails system. Minutes from the Entertainment Capital of the World and Death Valley National Park, Pahrump Valley Trails has become a destination for thrill-seekers near and far, offering miles upon miles of multi-use trails for OHVs, Jeeps, and other off-roading rigs, hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians, and other trail navigators of all skill levels.
Only “60 miles west of Las Vegas and 180 degrees different”, Pahrump Valley Trails promises access to public BLM and USFS lands, offering a little something for the outdoorsmen in everyone. Some popular trails include Carpenter Canyon Road, Wallace Canyon Road, and Wheeler Wash, which are great trails for beginner and intermediate mountain bikers, and OHVs, with access to more advanced double-track trails along the way.
Further up the mountain, access Mount Charleston—southern Nevada’s most ultra-prominent peak, towering high over the Las Vegas Valley and Pahrump Valley with some of the most unique biodiversity in the Silver State. Mount Charleston features more than 50 miles of marked terrain, ranging from paved dirt trails to advanced summit trails, catering to hikers, equestrian riders, and bikers of all ability levels.
Travel Nevada Pro Tip
Know Before You Go
Pahrump Valley Trails is a multi-use trail network enjoyed by outdoorsmen of all kinds. For your own personal safety and the safety of others, please remember to practice responsible trail etiquette when approaching equestrians by stopping and speaking to the rider. Cyclists should watch their speed, particularly around blind corners, and dog owners must keep pets leashed and under control at all times.
Pahrump Valley Trails is open year round for day use only. For more information on planning your trip to Pahrump, get in touch with the pros at Visit Pahrump directly at (775) 253-1697.
No fees or permits are required to access Pahrump Valley Trails.