Valley Of Fire Best Offroad Adventure
Valley of Fire Best Offroad Adventure. This off road Jeep adventure travels through the same rock and sandstone formations found at the Valley of Fire State Park. Found within the Logandale Trail System this unique half day desert adventure travels through Red Aztec sandstone formed by shifting sand dunes 150 million years ago. There’s no other place like it in the state and that’s why it’s the Best 4-wheeling in Nevada.
The first 2.5-mile portion of your Jeep tour is located at the north end of the trail system and takes you through a narrow canyon with towering walls that eventually opens up to a beautiful desert oasis. This portion of the trail may only be 2.5 mile but there are an abundant amount of obstacles to get through. Besides the gate keep there’s the V-notch, Three way out, slip n slide, and the S turn. Each obstacle offers its own unique fun adventure.
The Logandale Trails, also known as the Moapa Valley OHV trails, cover over 200 acres of land located just outside the park’s west entrance. These trails are open to off-highway vehicles, including Jeeps, ATVs, motorcycles, UTVs, and SXS and offer visitors an exciting and challenging way to explore the areas rugged terrain. The Logandale Trails consist of four main loops with varying levels of difficulty, from easy to extremely difficult and featuring stunning views of the red rocks and surrounding landscapes.
This unique off road tour is a must-visit destination for OHV enthusiasts looking for a thrilling and challenging way to explore the rugged terrain of the area. With its four main loops of varying difficulty levels and stunning desert landscapes, it offers an unforgettable adventure for both beginners and experienced riders. Whether you’re looking for a moderate trail like the Logandale Loop or a more extreme trail like Rock Bottom, Bronco Falls, or the Shedder trail Logandale Trail System is sure to satisfy your need for adventure.
The trail is considered moderately difficult, it has a trail rating of eight out of ten but the breathtaking views and peaceful atmosphere make this Vegas off road tour well worth the effort.
Rock Bottom has two options: Upper Rock Bottom and Lower Rock Bottom. Upper Rock Bottom is the trail we run the most. The very first obstacle is right at the start and without a doubt will get your attention. Also known as the gatekeeper, your guide will stop here for a drivers meeting. This is where he or she will share insight for the day’s events, they’ll let you know what to expect and how to control the vehicle while traversing the trail.
Then our guide will drive the first Jeep through for you to watch and see how the vehicle’s suspension reacts to the terrain. Then each drive will come through one at a time while the guide is spotting for the driver. This process will continue on throughout the trail for any difficult obstacles.
After completing the rock crawling portion of the trail you’ll end up on the dunes with some of the finest sand in the world. We’ll stop for a photo op at what can only be called an epic location. Then more fun in the sand while scouting for BigHorn sheep,
The Rock Bottom Trail is one of many trails in the area, the trailhead is located on the north of the system. Rock Bottom has a trail rating of eight out of ten and stunning red sandstone formations, ancient petroglyphs, breathtaking views and peaceful atmosphere.
Valley of Fire State Park is a remarkable natural attraction that offers visitors the chance to explore stunning red sandstone formations, ancient petroglyphs, and Jeep and ATV trails. Whether you’re an off-highway vehicle enthusiast or not, Logandale trails Via Valley of Fire State Park is a must-visit destination.