Summerlin is home to 200-plus miles of existing trailways. The master-planned community will mark Saturday’s American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day with recognition of the Clark County Red Rock Canyon Legacy Trail project, designed to connect Summerlin, its hikers and cyclists to the Red Rock Canyon.Read More
By Charles Pekow ▪ Sometime next year, you may be able to ride a bike comfortably to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Currently, you can only get there via the St. Route 159, which is heavily trafficked and not pleasant or safe for cyclists. So the Bureau of Land Management and Federal Highway Administration are…Read More
By Madison Kimbro ▪ Save Red Rock is currently in phase one of creating a legacy trail that would allow better and safer access for cyclists, runners, and walkers in the area. Now through May. 9, the public can view and comment on the current assessment of the trail’s first phase which, is a 5.5-mile stretch…Read More
The Bureau of Land Management Southern Nevada District is moving forward with an environmental assessment to address potential issues associated with a proposal by the Federal Highway Administration to construct a multi-use trail in sections of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.Read More
The Bureau of Land Management Southern Nevada District announces the availability of a draft environmental assessment to address potential environmental consequences associated with a proposal by the Federal Highway Administration to construct a multi-use trail in sections of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.Read More
Ed and Kathy Hall have become regulars on the road to Red Rock Canyon. On a short ride, biking 15 miles from their home in Summerlin.
“Oh it’s just gorgeous there’s no place like it in the world,” says Ed. “Every time you come by here it looks different.”
But the Halls also make sure they stand out.
The Red Rock Legacy bike trail is moving forward in its development, as the Clark County Commission approved $4.7 million for the project.
The trail will connect Summerlin and the Red Rock visitor’s center, and will eventually complete a 40-mile loop similar to the Henderson River Mountain Loop Trail.Read More
Construction is set to start next year on a planned $100-million bike and hiking trail from Las Vegas’ western suburbs to scenic Red Rock Canyon.
The long-discussed 20-mile Red Rock Legacy Trail will run alongside Nevada State Route 159, a busy thoroughfare that’s currently shared by motorists and bicyclists.
I moved to Las Vegas for rock climbing at Red Rock Canyon and Mount Charleston, and brought along my road bike. Growing up in Oregon, I spent hours riding multiuse bike trails with friends. Later, I rode those trails for fitness, stress relief and because it’s fun.
Moving to a dry, sunny climate, when I arrived in Summerlin, I imagined daily morning rides before work. But instead, I stopped riding on the road.
By Rob Jensen ▪ I moved to Las Vegas for rock climbing at Red Rock Canyon and Mount Charleston, and brought along my road bike. Growing up in Oregon, I spent hours riding multiuse bike trails with friends. Later, I rode those trails for fitness, stress relief and because it’s fun. Moving to a dry,…Read More
By Valarie Kuschel Even before the pandemic, Rock Rock Canyon National Conservation Area has always been a serene getaway for locals and tourists alike. The stunning views, exhilarating trails and bewitching desert landscape attract thousands of visitors every month. Since the lockdown began, people across the valley have flocked to Red Rock in unprecedented numbers….Read More
Originally posted in the Las Vegas Review Journal by Katelyn Newberg The Red Rock Canyon National Recreation Area is starting a timed entry reservation system for the park’s Scenic Drive to address capacity issues and long wait times from fall to spring, the Bureau of Land Management announced Wednesday. The new system will require entry…Read More