A bighorner trail that branches off of Nevada 157, weaves through the dense wilderness, and ends at Ranger Station Foxtrot to the southeast. Several giant mantises call the pathway their home.
Pine Ravines pathway appears in Fallout: New Vegas.
Behind the scenes
Pine Ravines pathway is based on the real world Pine Ravines trail within the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
- Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide p. 302: "[1.S16] Pine Ravines Pathway
A Bighorner pathway through the pine ravines in this area ends at Ranger Station Foxtrot. This helps you find your way in this wilderness."
- Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide p. 302: "[1.S17] Red Rock Pathway
This ravine pathway allows access between the Pine Ravines and Red Rock Canyon [1.15] to the southeast. Beware of multiple Cazador nests."
- Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Guide p. 290: "Zone 1: Northwest Mountains
The northwestern end of Highway 95 cuts through the tip of this zone, and there’s a rough road along the northern edge where farmers long abandoned their livelihoods to Raiders or worse. Generally, the main roads are now nothing more than trails: 157 winds into the Pine Ravines and mountainous region leading to Jacobstown."