On the PRIDE OUTside Hikes, we travel 2.1 miles along the trail, from the parking area adjacent to the Alan Bible Visitor’s Center to a picnic area with a water fountain and a restroom. There, we take a break before returning to the trailhead. Along the way, we pass through tunnels created for the train and equipment to make their way down to the construction sites, beautiful desert landscapes, and stunning views over Lake Mead.
If you plan to attend a hike, please take some precautions with appropriate footwear and clothing. Wear sunscreen and bring snacks and plenty of water! If you have any questions or would like to connect with Brady, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
February 12, 2023 & March 12, 2023
(Second Sundays Monthly)
Meet at 10 am
(hike until roughly 2 pm)
Historic Railroad Tunnel Trail Info
Beginner, ADA accessible trail, round-trip is 2 miles; the ground is level, and the incline is flat. Fixed-leashed pets are welcome, and all ages are welcome.
PRIDE OUTside Hikes are a FREE monthly event that are available in a variety of locations and difficulties throughout the year. Mark your calendars!