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  1. The Historic Railroad Trail offers scenic and rewarding views of Lake Mead and the railroad bed that helped in the construction of the Hoover Dam. Runners, bikers, and hikers can experience the Mojave Desert from a unique and beautiful trail.

    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    30.2 miles
    The Historic Railroad trail can be accessed from two trailheads; however, the trailhead near the Alan Bible Visitor Center provides the best and most scenic route. From the trailhead parking near the visitor center, it is roughly 3.6 miles to run roundtrip through all the tunnels to the first chain link gate and back. If using a shuttle, drop a car near the Hoover Dam Parking Garage and shuttle back to the parking lot near the Alan Bible Visitor Center.
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