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Address: Paradise Valley, NV
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Popular hill from which the valley can be seen and hunting, fishing and...

Popular hill from which the valley can be seen and hunting, fishing and camping can be enjoyed.

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Interesting carvings by the side of the road

This on what one group called the "loneliest road in America" , it isn't even the loneliest road in Nevada. Hinkey Summit is a low pass between Eureka and Austin and does not... read more

3 of 5 bubblesReviewed 8 April 2014
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Spring Creek, Nevada
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 8 April 2014

This on what one group called the "loneliest road in America" , it isn't even the loneliest road in Nevada. Hinkey Summit is a low pass between Eureka and Austin and does not impress much unless you stop and checkout the petroglyphs in the BLM campground on the eastern side of the pass.

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 30 November 2007

On a warm July day, my mother, two brothers and I began our trek out of Paradise on our way to Hinkey Summit. We had heard about it all our lives, as we are decendents of the Hinkey Family who migrated from Illinois and helped settle the Paradise Valley. Having spent a couple of days researching our family we decided... More 

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