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Lone Mountain

A short up and down summit ascent along a rugged but well traveled path.
Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 2.2 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
Family Friendly

Overview :  Located at the corner of W Lone Mountain Rd and the Bruce Woodbury Beltway / Las Vegas Beltway / 215. Is a short but impressive ranked... more »

Tips:  Fun up and down hike.
Probably a beautiful evening or night hike, bring headlamp or flashlight.
Water: 1 liter (33 degree F)
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Points of Interest

1. Parking and Restrooms

Park at Lone Mountain Regional Park (beautiful park and restrooms facilities).

2. Alternate Parking

Alternate parking is located at the end of Vegas Vista Trail road. No restroom facilities exist, trailhead is closer that Lone Mountain Regional Park parking.

3. Through the Park

Proceed through the Park, follow the sidewalk or hike up and over to the non-landscaped area. On hikers right follow the fence surrounding a holding pond.

4. Trailhead for Lone Mountain

The trailhead is a well worn path that leads up a small ravine on the west side

5. Saddle and Park Bench

From the saddle, beautiful views exist east. A park bench has been added to rest and enjoy the sights. Even from this small elevation, the views of Las Vegas are spectacular.

6. Ridgeline to Summit

At the summit turn south (hikers right), follow the ridge line to the summit, the trail spiders, and small trails lead to high points along the ridge. The main trail is easy to follow.

7. Summit Lone Mountain

The summit of Lone Mountain provides beautiful views in all directions. No summit registration or cairn exists.

8. Return to parking

Return by same trail and direction, although alternate exits exist along the ridge line.