Easiest Peak Bag Ever
Northshore Summit is just 2.5 miles north of the Bowl of Fire pullout on NV-167, the road up the west side of Lake Mead. The two short hikes can be done in succession, or as a shuttle hike with ~4.0 miles cross country travel in between, as I did.
Northshore Summit is so minor, you may not even notice it as you drive by, except for the fact it is one of the rare spots along NV-167 that actually has a pit toilet. Despite only being 200 ft. high, it does have some pretty decent views. Doing the loop counter-clockwise is saves the "steep" part for downhill. Doing it clockwise, the "steep" part is uphill.
Northshore Summit is not a destination hike: It's a decent leg stretcher for folks who are in the area, but are not strong hikers.
No matter which way you go, on the backside of the summit, Northshore Summit Trail continues north about a mile, before it disappears into a small, narrow, wash. In another half mile, that gully empties into Callville Wash, which eventually empties into Lake Mead. Hiking out & back to the top of the gulley adds 1.5 miles and 400 AEG (roundtrip) to your hike. Hiking out & back to Callville Wash, adds another 1.0 miles and 150 AEG (roundtrip) to your hike.
Do the whole shot? Still only 3.1 miles and 750 AEG.
Check out the Official Route and Triplogs.
This hike is listed as One-Way.
When hiking several trails on a single "hike", log it with a generic name that describes the hike. Then link the trails traveled, check out the example.