The Silver State Trail is a Nationally recognized OHV adventure route that has multiple trailheads around the small town of Caliente, Alamo, Pioche and Panaca Nevada. The trail loops its way around 260 miles of Nevada backcountry. The route extends north/south through Lincoln County. There are many linkages that can be made between towns, four State Parks, Mesquite and the state border. The trail is well signed with markers designating mileage and access locations. Staging areas and access roads can be found along the Great Basin HIghway, while fuel, supplies, hotels are located in the towns. Camping at the state parks.
The majority of the Silver State trail is accessible using a full size 4wd, however optional portions are designated ATV <50” only. The trail covers a variety of environments and traverses mountaintops and panoramic basins, where mule deer, elk and antelope roam and golden eagles soar.
From Caliente, the Silver state trail is quickly accessed via Antelope Canyon on the North side of town. Silver State trail access is also possible along Hwy 93, and out of Cathedral Gorge State Park near Panaca, Nevada.
Land Manager: BLM
All OHV’s must be registered. Please stay on the designated routes. Do not travel cross country. RIDE SAFE AND SMART
BLM Ely District Office
702 North Industrial Way
Ely, NV 89301
Motor vehicles are permitted on designated trails only.
Always plan ahead and prepare for uncertainty. Travel with warm clothing, first aid, food, water and appropriate tools to fix a problem.
Traveling in groups is always a good idea, as well as informing someone of where you will be going.