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Lovell Canyon Hike and vineyard Stompapalooza social

November 6 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm UTC-7

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*update 10/30 – I drove the low profile convertible in to test road condition today ahead of the NOV 6 hike. The roads are well paved and just a small bulldozed gravel road to drive up to the parking area. Had no problem whatsoever driving to and parking at the trailhead – smooth going and hardly got dust on my paint ;0) . Two other event organizers hiked the trail with me, and we completed the loop in 3 hours w/ plenty of breaks and photo ops. The drive from the trailhead to the vineyard is a 25 minute drive after the hike. Pahrump Winery is advertising a car show, grape stomp and music November 6. So we should complete the trail at @ 2 p.m., drive to the festival, and have about 3 hours of playtime prior to dusk. Freeway is two lane both directions, again well paved. Pleasant drive.

Lovell Canyon Trail is a 5.5 mi. trail with 882.5 ft. elevation gain with scenery reminiscent of east coast beautiful blue ridge mountain areas, juniper and pine trees along the trail & deciduous trees putting on the seasonal fall show.

The Pahrump Vineyard Stompalooza is Saturday November 6 11a-8p. If you want to attend the social, I suggest you purchase your own ticket in advance (soon) as they do sell out. *

https://www.pahrumpwinery.com/ https://www.pahrumpwinery.com/Restaurant/Lunch-Menu

Directions: We’ll meet at Blue Diamond (I-160) / Lovell Canyon Rd. turnoff from Route 160 at the signage parking area and caravan in to the trailhead.


Lovell Canyon Road
Lovell Canyon Rd
Nevada, NV 89161 us
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