Route Credits

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TRANS

NEVADA

TRAIL

The following routes are underground--meaning--these routes are not signed, maintained, patrolled or authorized by anyone.  Navigation and self-preservation are completely up to you. Following these routes may result in injury or death. more.....

  • TNT -  Est. 2015

    • California to Utah

    • 550 miles

    • 36,920' climbing

  • RENO>>VEGAS  -  Est. 2016

    • The Old Reno Arch to the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign

    • 596 Miles

    • 2020 updates coming soon!

  • Comstock EPIC - Est. 2011

    • MTB Race from Utah to California

    • 514 Miles

Cycling and backcountry travel in Nevada are inherently dangerous activities.  Following or using (in part or whole) any information, maps, gpx route files, GPS data and directions contained or linked on TransNevadaTrail.org may result in serious injury or death.  No warranties or guarantees are given or implied to the accuracy of any information, maps, gpx route files, GPS data and directions contained or linked on TransNevadaTrail.org.  Do not use any of the information, maps, gpx route files, GPS data and directions contained or linked on TransNevadaTrail.org as your only navigational aid.  The user is responsible to confirmed the the accuracy of any of the information, maps, gpx route files, GPS data and directions contained or linked on TransNevadaTrail.org.  Always wear a helmet and appropriate protective gear while cycling.  Always ride with forward, side and rear reflectors or lights.  Exercise caution on public roads and obey all traffic laws.  Ride within your ability and always ride with a partner.  Always carry appropriate communication devices (i.e. cell phone & satellite tracking transponder) and know your route. Check forecast weather conditions.  Respect private property and do not harass or chase livestock, wild burros, wild horses and other wildlife.  Always yield to horseback riders and hikers.  Heed the TNT Principles & Advisories.  Do not underestimate the vastness and lack of water, food, medical help and support services throughout Nevada's backcountry.  DO NOT PROCEED on this website unless you understand and agree with this warning.

 
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