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  4.3 from 3 votes
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Rank: #3 in the Bootleg Canyon area
#21 in NV, #2,215 Overall
Views: 254. Last 30 days: 6
Trail in the area near Boulder City,
“A fun, fast descent through flowing and sweeping turns.”
Markk Knowles on Apr 18, 2013
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1.52.4 milesKilometers 509’155 m Ascent 2,959’902 m High 6% Avg Grade (4°)
Singletrack Type 0’0 m Descent 2,449’747 m Low 14% Max Grade (8°)
Climb to the top of this trail from Veterans Drive parking or Take Par None up then IMBA for a fantastic loop.

The climb up POW is all rideable but steeper than the Par None climb. IMBA climbs slightly if riding west from Par None but nothing difficult.

POW's descent is a lot of fun with mostly smooth sweeping turns and several opportunities for a little air - but be careful with your speed as you pass a short rocky section along a hillside as the fairly steep drop coming can take you by surprise and catch you attention.
Since the ride takes only 30 minutes. A nice ride is Par None/IMBA/POW loop a few times before returning to my truck.
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4.1 (9)
A very fun short ride that you can do laps on or join the many other trails i...
near Boulder City, NV
4.0 (4)
The perfect ride for endurance training with great views to boot.
near Boulder City, NV

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  2.3 from 3 votes
IMBA trail meets POW ride right to Mother, Left to Par None (Boulder City, NV)
  2.3 from 3 votes
POW to the left or Par None to the right. Hmmm...I go right. (Boulder City, NV)
  2.3 from 3 votes
POW Trail (Boulder City, NV)
  2.3 from 3 votes
POW Trail view (Boulder City, NV)
  2.3 from 3 votes
POW Parking Area and trailhead with information kiosk. (Boulder City, NV)
  2.3 from 3 votes
POW Plan B - go left to avoid the kinda steep direct descent. Personally... (Boulder City, NV)