Lucky Strike Road

Las Vegas, Nevada (Clark County)

Last Updated: 01/16/2019
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Status:
Open
Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 7.29 miles
Highest Elevation: 5300 feet
Duration: About 2 hours
Shape of Trail: Straight Through
Best Direction to Travel: South
Nearest Town: Las Vegas
Nearest Town w/ Services: Las Vegas
Official Road Name: Lucky Strike Road
Management Agency: Bureau of Land Management
District: Red Rock National Conservation Area

Highlights

Highlight: Lucky Strike Road
Lucky Strike Road is an off-road trail with a few four-wheel drive challenges at the beginning and at the end with a nice relaxing drive in the middle featuring fantastic views and multiple camping areas. A great choice to get away from the Vegas heat in summer and get closer to the snow in the winter.

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Waypoints

1. Trailhead (0 mi)
After driving approximately 7.4 miles, you will reach the trailhead turn off. Turn left/southeast.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Las Vegas

From Las Vegas, head north on Interstate 15. Take the exit #42A to US 95 North/Reno and head northwest for approximately 25 miles. On the right, you will see signage indicating Corn Creek road/the Desert National Wildlife Refuge. Turn left/west across the Highway onto Lucky Strike Mine Road. Continue for approximately 7.4 miles, the trailhead is on the southeast/left side of the road.

Camping

Dispersed

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Writer Information

James and Mimi Nicholson

Mapping Crew - Nevada

We are James and Mimi Nicholson, married for 19 years, living in Nevada. We are not new to Off-roading; having owned Jeeps for 18 years. We started with a 1979 CJ-5. Other 4 wheel vehicles owned include CJ-7, Cherokees, Grand Cherokee and a Liberty. We like to overland, camp, whitewater raft and kayak. We have been off-roading in Oregon, Washington, Georgia, South Carolina, California, Arizona, Utah, Louisiana, Texas and Nevada Our focus while off-roading is safety, treading lightly and simply enjoying the outdoors with friends and family. Our current rig: 2015 Jeep Wrangler JKU Tank Rubicon. AEV 3.5" lift with 315/75/16 GY Duratracs with level 8 Tracker wheels. C gussets, control arm skids, ACE rock sliders, Engo 10,000 winch, OR-Fab tire/can carrier. M.O.R.E. skid plate, Gobi stealth roof rack. S-pod. ARB OBA. Adams front and rear drive shafts.
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