The Egan Crest Trail System provides recreationists with over 25 of trails with a variety of terrain from the rolling sagebrush flats to the higher elevations in pinyon and juniper forests. In addition to the beautiful foliage, the high points of the trail offer those hardy enough to reach some truly impressive vistas including a view of the Ruth Copper Pit.
The trails consist of single-track and signed two-track roads and are open to hiking, mountain biking, equestrian, motorcycles, and ATVs. Beautiful vistas await along the
high points of the trail.
Things to note: Picnic tables and shade structures at trailhead. No potable water available.
The BLM trailhead is approximately 8 miles west of Ely off Highway 50 on the north side of the road.
Latitude/Longitude: 39.3464 / -115.032
Land Manager: Bureau of Land Management