Does pushing your limits while seeing some of the finest sights Vegas has to offer sound like your kind of morning? If you’re a mountain biker, you won’t want to miss these top mountain biking trails in Las Vegas:

3 Mile Smile via Badger Pass

If you want to experience one of the top trails Vegas has to offer, you won’t want to miss out on 3 Mile Smile via Badger Pass. It’s a 9.2-mile loop near Blue Diamond, a roughly 30-minute drive from the Strip.

The whole circuit takes an average of 3 hours and 45 minutes to complete if you’re an experienced rider. It’s also ideal for hiking and trail running.

The trail is considered moderately challenging, so you’re unlikely to encounter many other people while on this trail.

Blue Diamond Loop

The Blue Diamond Loop is 10.5 miles long and moderately challenging. It will take around 3 and a half hours to complete if you are an experienced rider. The trail is a 25-minute drive southwest of Las Vegas.

If you are a fan of bird watching as well as mountain biking, then this is the route for you. The trail is open year-round and stunning to see in every season. Dogs are more than welcome if you want to bring your furry friend.

Tin Can Alley Loop

The Tin Can Alley Loop is a 4-mile trail with challenging terrain. It will take around 3 hours to complete and is also ideal for trail running and hiking. Though difficult, the course takes you through a lot of shaded forests, so you’ll be able to stay cooler.

If you want to skip over the most challenging part of the trail, start at Robbers Roost, where the path lowers to moderate difficulty. It’s about a 45-minute drive away from Vegas to Mount Charleston and this highly-rated trail.

Ebbing and Flowing

Ebbing and Flowing is one of the newest trails in Vegas. If you are an experienced rider, you will not want to miss out on this. The trail is just under 13 miles. It will take you around 20 minutes to get there from Vegas. E-bikes are not permitted.

The trail is a bit of a grind, with lots of switchbacks and a few climbs. You will have to spend around 5 miles climbing, but the descent is well worth it.

The people who built this trail did a great job piecing the track together. It’s considered one of the top trails in the area but is definitely best suited to experienced bikers rather than beginners.

Bristlecone Loop Trail

The Bristlecone Loop is a 6.3-mile trail in Lee Canyon at Mount Charleston, about 50 minutes from Las Vegas. It is a moderately challenging route and will take about 2 and a half hours to complete.

The Bristlecone Loop connects to several other trails and is a very popular area, so you will most likely encounter many people. Bird watching, horseback riding, and biking are all very common in this area. Dogs are also welcome.

The best time to visit this trail is between November and March. It’s one of the best places to go with a group. Once you take in this trail’s views, you’ll see why it’s so popular.

Best Mountain Biking Trails in Vegas

These trails will show you some of Vegas’s most stunning desert views at high speeds. If you’re looking for outdoor adventures, mountain biking is an excellent way for you to see the sights of Vegas outside the Strip. Which trail will you tackle first?

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