Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Elevation: +2,023/ -2,061 ft
Total: 51 riders
Mountain Biking Peavine
#13 of 107 mountain bike trails in Nevada
Starting from the parking lot head to the left. It will go over a small pass. On the otherside is Keyston Canyon. Head up Keyston canyon till you get to a fence. Turn Left and head up, there are several routes to take. I might take a bit of exploring to find the right route for you. The trail is climbing most of the way. Then turn around and go back for some flowy downhill. Head down Evans Canyon for a really fun technical downhill. You will end back where you started.
First added by Sierradirtslayer on Apr 15, 2011. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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Get off on the S. Virginia exit on I80. Travel North, just past McCarran blvd on the Left is the softball complex. Pull in and the end of the trail is the main trailhead.
I got dropped at Hoge parking and road Poedunk to Halo, riding Snow Terrace to Kings Row, ending at Keystone Canyon parking. Definitely fun, desert singletrack. Nothing very technical, fairly intermediate, and no ball-buster climbs. It was hot!Thank |
Lots of good stuff. Plenty for intermediate and beginner riders, not really much that is advanced except the N trail which has some nice rocky features. Fun to explore. Mahogany and Bacon strip are highlights. Definitely don't ride when wet, the clay holds tracks forever. Have fun!Thank |
Good stuff. Lots of climbing! Descend for days! Ride it any way you like and you're guaranteed great XC with some sweet downhill built for the full squish bike. Go enjoy!Thank |
Pea vine mountain has many hundred miles of trails which at times can be rocky but also allow for after work rides due to their close proximity to Reno. Also great for when Tahoe is snowed in. I rode peavine just about year round last year. Best trails include the luge,Thank |
Great climbs with lots of options. Great long routes to get to upper elevation. Lots of opportunity for great downhills and fast flowing single track. If your in the area its a great ride!!Thank |
This is a network that can be worked into any number of different loops and/or lollipop loops. It can be easy or even difficult. You can even make it technical (there are several single tracks made in sand or kitty litter) or downhill fun (several steep slopes). Great for before or after work, but there are so many miles of web that you can use it on weekends too! Lots of fun!Thank |