About 56 million acres, over 80%, of Nevada’s lands are owned and managed by the federal government, primarily through the Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, and Department of Defense. Most of these lands, with the exception of the areas managed by the Department of Defense, are open and available for public use and recreation and feature thousands of miles of trails!
We are confident that Nevada Trail Finder will become your go-to resource for discovering new trails in your backyard and across the state.
Why? Because whether it is a state park, a town trail, a land trust preserve or a national treasure like the Tahoe Rim Trail, the information we provide on the website comes right from the land managers, trail stewards, volunteers and park rangers who have on-the-ground knowledge of each trail system. Our trail data also combines regional trails from multiple sources, to create a comprehensive view of trails across land ownerships or political boundaries.
Our goal is to share all trails that are open to the public throughout the state of Nevada, but we aren’t just a list of trails. We have set up the site so you can find and track all the information you need to plan safe and fun adventures outdoors.
We are actively working to add trails every week. If your favorite trail isn’t on the site yet, there’s a good chance it’s on our to-do list. If you want to make 100% sure or have additional feedback on the descriptions of trails already on the site, let us know!
Going on a hike? Taking your dirt bike out for a spin? When you get home, load up Nevada Trail Finder share your favorite adventures with us via comments, photos, and more!
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NV Trail Finder is administered by The Great Basin Institute in cooperation with and through the generous support of the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Divisions of Outdoor Recreation and State Parks. Visit our Partners & Funders page to learn more about all of our partners who support and contribute to this project.
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