Logandale Trails

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Logandale Trails is a series of off-road trails set within the beautiful backcountry desert of Southern Nevada. Logandale Trails offers a variety of trails to a diverse array of outdoor enthusiasts.  Some of the trails include dunes, rock crawling, a variety of scenic vistas and access to cultural areas including petroglyphs as well as an opportunity to view desert wildlife. In all Logandale Trails has something to offer most any Backcountry Rambler.

 The turn off to Logandale Trails is six miles off exit 93 off I-15 which is the Logandale exit. The turn off to Logandale trails is off Liston Ave.

 There are signs that mark the turn off to access Logandale Trails. The road is fairly well maintained to the trailhead.

 The picture above shows the road to access the Logandale Trails Trail head. the road to the right leads to the trail head.

 The Logandale Trails trail head offers beautiful views of the red sandstone and dunes.

 The trail head also has a nice picnic area and paved paths and garbage cans.

 The Logandale Trails trail head also has a nice restroom facility that is well kept.

 The paved pathways around the trail head also include nice kiosks that provide information about local plants, geology and other cultural information.

 The trail head also provides plenty of room to park.

Leaving the trail head you will head down the grade towards the dunes.  

 At the bottom of the grade you will come to a fork in the road.

 The road to the right will lead you to more camping and picnic spots,

 Access to many trails

 which include petroglyphs

 and many other desert oddities.

 Along the trails you will also have an opportunity to see Desert Big Horn Sheep.

 Back at the fork in the road, if you take the road to the left,

 you will come to the dunes.

The dunes offer riders the opportunity to enjoy the sand and kick their bike into a higher gear. 

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