Equestrian Trailhead full up at noon today. Be safe out there. ... See MoreSee Less
Shouldn’t not be full if you are following the shelter in place.
All the trailheads are full today. Lots of trail use today. A reminder for all to pack your trash out. I pick up trash each day on the trail.
River Mountains Loop Trail: thank you for keeping the trail open! We were out there today (from 12-17) and despite the beautiful weather not a lot of people around. We loved it. It helps so much to keep our sanity and get at least a bit exercise. And everyone you see eventually is extremely courteous and keeps distance. This is the best trail ever. We appreciate it so much. Thanks 🙂
So, looks like non- equestrians took over the equestrian parking area. Could you put signs up that regular vehicles are not allowed to park in those spots?
Is it easier to go to the left or right when starting off?
Did they end the quarantine?
3 months ago
Ran across this photo from 2014.This photo was taken at sunrise this morning at the far north end of the River Mountain's near the River Mountains Loop Trail. These majestic animals rule over this mountain range.
Photo by Curt Holman ... See MoreSee Less
They make their appearance now and then in the rocky hills alongside Lake Las Vegas Parkway as well. See them occasionally in the mornings when I take my daughter to school. Its wonderful we haven't driven them from their habitat.
Never seen them, only jack rabbits and a tarantula.
The Saints and Sinners Half Marathon will be using the RMLT from Bootleg Canyon to the Historic Railroad Trail lot on Saturday February 15th from 8:00 a.m. to Noon.
1200 runners are expected! ... See MoreSee Less
River Mountains Loop Trail updated their cover photo.
4 months ago
This photo taken along trail alignment before it was the RMLT. Spring of 2005 we surveyed potential alignments. This photo was taken above Boulder Beach looking east at Fortification Hill. ... See MoreSee Less
I see lots of water....lol Compared to this...
Lake Mead to spend $5.6 million on pavement restoration in park on roads! ... See MoreSee Less
The BBSC Lake Mead Marathon will be using a portion of the RMLT this Saturday, January 11th from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Parking for the event will be at Boulder Beach Picnic Area between the South and North Access Roads. ... See MoreSee Less
Heads up dog owners along trails. A good reason to keep your fur babies on leash. Fox news reported an incident where baited coyote traps were set along a Summerlin Trail and caught a dog walking off leash. They found five traps set just feet off trail. No reports along RMLT. ... See MoreSee Less
This is reprehensible. What do these things look like and how can they be disabled?
Is this a state or federal agency putting these things out?
My Brittany Cooper got in a trap about 10 months ago hiking in the Sloan Canyon area. Took every ounce of my strength to open the trap and free Cooper. The trap was similar to the one in photo.
They’re trapping the coyotes in Summerlin? Sigh...
What? Aren't those things illegal?
If you want to learn more about how we are trying to fight the fur trappers here in Clark County. See this website. trailsafe.org Trapping is legal in Clark county although legal traps should not be near popular areas like trails and hiking areas. All legal traps are labeled with a number ID to identify the trapper. (We got this in the last legislative session). It is illegal to spring a fur trap or remove them. Assholes got that law in the books but do what you want with them, just don’t promote it on social media what you did 😝 Our NV fish and wildlife commission is corrupt as it is run by trappers and hunters. Trappers do not have to visit the traps for days so animals languish and die horrible cruel deaths. We got the time reduced last legislative session but they fight us on everything. Fur trappers are not honorable hunters but greedy criminals that sell our wildlife pelts to China for profit. We can get this barbaric practice banned if more folks will help us at the commission meetings. Please help us stop fur trappers.