When you think about Las Vegas, off-roading probably isn’t the first thing to come to mind, but on this episode of On the Trail, Driving Line shows how tackling trails of Logandale, Nevada, just outside of Las Vegas, are a must-do part of any trip to Sin City. While the trails aren’t very long, they’re full technical obstacles perfect for testing their Jeeps on Nitto Trail Grapplers. Follow along as they show just how beautiful and fun the trails a short drive outside the city can be.

Once again, hosting the trail ride is Austin Stobaugh of Carbon Off Road, and he is joined by his fiancée Courtney Schipper and Jeremy Ricks of Disciple Off Road. Austin has brought his fully-built Jeep Wrangler JKU on 40-inch Nitto Trail Grapplers to take on these short, but exciting, trails. Courtney brought her equally-capable 2002 Jeep TJ on 37-inch Trail Grapplers, and Jeremy has again brought out his Jeep JK with an EVO bolt-on coilover kit and 37-inch Trail Grapplers. This is the same one that had a broken differential in the last episode—and he may not be the only one having to worry about a broken Jeep once they get out onto the rocks.

Located just outside Valley of Fire State Park, the group takes on the Shedder Bowl and Rock Bottom trails, giving them a tough challenge that can still easily be conquered in a day. One of the best parts about Logandale is it's one of the best Jeep trails in Nevada that's right near a major urban area. It's definitely one of the Las Vegas off-roading trails you should hit. With a variety of lines and ways through the rocks, there was enough fun for everyone on the Logandale, NV Jeep trails, no matter how banged up their Jeeps were.

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