Trail Info

The Shedder Trail

This trail is rated 2.5 to 3.5. Challenging for the stock vehicle and still have excitement for those modified rigs. Based closest to base camp with plenty of optional obstacles that will keep you on edge. The trail starts off mild and continues to the shedder bowl where the first decent V-notch and tall hill climb gets the momentum up. After a series of short and tall waterfall climbs, you end up at the last obstacle (optional) which will either make you or break you! This Trail is also famous for un-official night runs.

Rock Bottom

This is a 3 to 3.5 rated trail ride. Those looking for a challenge will find it here. The entrance to the trail is a V-notch that you tip toe through. From there you crawl

up a slightly off camber hill climb till you end up in a canyon with 3 ways out. The easiest is rated 2 and the hardiest 3.5 put most on there roof! As the trail comes to an end you have 2 ways to exit the trail: the S-turn where your power steering, brake control, and abilities get a major workout or the waterfall which is pretty steep flat rock wall decent. After the trail have some fun at the sand dunes and back to base camp.

Trail will take about half the day with a large group so bring snacks and plenty of water.

The Bowl

Trail is a 2 to 3 rating. Perfect for those with lightly modified vehicles. The trail winds through the desert into some very scenic parts of the Logandale area. There

are a few obstacles for those of you adventuress types, but all are optional. At the very end of the run you can really test your driving skills and attempt the S-turn.

Though it is optional we suggest lockers front and rear and there is a possibility for some body damage. Full size not recommended in the S-turn, and are guaranteed body damage.

The Matterhorn

This is a 2 to 3 rated trail. Good for those slightly modified vehicles. A scenic ride through the Logandale hills with a awesome view overlooking the Valley of Fire

State Park. Back onto the red sandstone rock area puts a nice obstacle course of short hill climbs and decents in front you.

Great optional off camber climb just before a large hill climb that puts you back in the launch position!

13 Mile Loop

This is a 1 to 2 rated trail. The Logandale Trail System resulted from the cooperation of off-road enthusiasts with several federal and state agencies, keeping protection of natural and historical features in mind. Recognizing the need for recreation enthusiasts to access public lands, agency personnel worked with individuals and organizations to develop a trail system that would satisfy a variety of users, as well as a few commonsense rules that would protect the landscape. Access will remain open as long as trail users behave responsibly.

13-Mile Loop accesses a multitude of trails of varying degrees of difficulty. Certain trails in the northwestern part of the system have exposed rock ledges and boulders to challenge experienced rock crawlers with suitable modified vehicles. Rock crawlers look for trails close to rock formations, some with 100-foot cliffs. Of course, only the experienced should try any of these extreme sports. The area was home to people of prehistory who left cultural remains such as petroglyphs, small stone ruins and pot shards. These remains are sacred to Native Americans still in the area, and they are historically important to all Americans.

Bronco Falls

This trail is a 4 rated trail consider the most challenging on the list. A short trail named after one of the biggest obstacles onthe trail, a huge vertical climb up a rock wall. Though it looks more intimidating then difficult a good set of tires and some low gears will get you to the top. Plenty of off-camber waterfalls and vertical v-cracks that will test most modified rigs.

The shedder bowl playground will continue the trail and give the most extreme rigs a run for there money!

Bitter Springs

This is a 1 to 2 rated trail. Designated a scenic back country by way by congress in 1989, the 30-mile route south of the Valley of Fire State Park connects old mining roads, a mountain pass, and desert washes between interstate 15 and the Northshore Road in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

Part of the Old Spanish Trail, Also called the Morman Trail, followed by explorers, mountain men, traders and pioneers into Southern Nevada. The first few miles show colorful Bluffington Pockets, a region of vivid sandstone adjacent to the Valley of Fire.

Hidden Canyon

This is a 3.5 rated trail with a twist. Combining the fun obstacles on the shedder trail, bronco falls, Rock bottom, and a Hidden Canyon. This trail starts in a canyon with a tall waterfall climb on the edge of your wheels. And drops you into a drop off chicane. Next you climb bronco falls and drop you into the shedder bowl, where a series of optional lines can take you to the most extreme terrain Logandale has to offer. Next you travel a trail over to the second tallest waterfall climb which takes you into the Hidden Canyon. Last you scale the walls of the V notch in Lower Rock Bottom.