When we say “Vegas!” you say “Party!” That’s how it goes right? Las Vegas – The entertainment capital of the world, where you will find the best casinos, hotels, and clubs! There is no end to the fun and partying in Vegas. But there is so much more to Vegas than that. Ever wonder what the locals do for fun? Yes, there are plenty of options for entertainment in Vegas, but too much of anything is bad, including partying. So take a break from customary Vegas rituals and revel in the natural reserves surrounding the city.
You heard that right! Just 15 miles away from Vegas is the Red Rock Canyon. An ultimate getaway for the adventure and nature lovers. The Red Rock Canyon is a favorite among locals for its stunning location and unique Southwestern beauty. It’s a great place to escape the crowded streets of Vegas and relax in the midst of the scenic surroundings of Red Rock Canyon.
There are plenty of options available for the adventurers like hiking trails, cycling trails, rock climbing, and mountain biking. There are around 26 hiking trails at the Red Rock Canyon! And there are also a number of hiking tours as well as cycling tours available at the Red Rock Canyon. There is so much to discover at the Red Rock Canyon like the Calico hills, the petroglyphs, and the flora and fauna of the Nevada desert. If you are not much into adventure then you can take a drive along the 13-mile scenic route through the Red Rock Canyon national park. While you enjoy the signature red hills and the Mojave Desert.
Escape the casinos of the Sin City and hike through gorgeous Red Rock Canyon. There are several trail options you can pick from, according to your health and stamina. When you book the Red Rock Canyon Hiking Tour with Vegas.Expert you will be provided with a guide too! Hike through the White Rock/Willow Springs loop or Calico Hills, or Ice Box Canyon with the help of the guide.
Your guide will inform you about the trail options and even help you select the best trail for you. You can decide your trail based on what you want to see and how far you want to hike. Your local guide will accompany you for the whole 2-2.5 hour hike on one of many popular trails within the Red Rock Canyon national conservation area. Since there is plenty to see at the Red Rock Canyon you better choose what you want to see the most when picking a trail. The trails lead through many different paths that you will get to explore and maybe make some interesting discoveries along the way in the canyon.
Throughout the hiking tour, your guide will hike with you while providing interesting commentary about the Red Rock Canyon and its history. You can choose among our three top hiking trails with the help of your guide based on your interests. You don’t have to get worried about straying off the trail or getting lost as your guide will accompany you throughout the hike. Your hike will much more better with great company and interesting information about the Red Rock Canyon.
Tips to Remember
While visiting the Red Rock Canyon, there are some things you need to remember.
- Wear comfortable and light clothing as the desert climate is hot and the hiking can make you hot and sweaty.
- Wear shoes with gripping soles as the hiking trails can be uneven.
- Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated.
- Apply sunscreen and wear sun protection gear too – like hats or sunglasses.
- Follow the canyon trail and don’t stray away from the tour group, you could get lost.
- Try to book an early tour to avoid crowds as well as the weather which gets hotter as the day goes.
Why You Should Book With Vegas.Expert
At Vegas.Expert, we have the best Red Rock Canyon hiking tours which come with plenty of additional perks for our customers. We always try to include the best facilities with these great hiking tours to make your trip worth the money! With this ‘Red Rock Canyon Hiking Tour,’ we provide a guide to accompany you and make your experience at the Red Rock Canyon much easier. We also provide pickup and drop services from select Vegas hotels. Red Rock Canyon Tours are a great choice since there are no public transportation services that can take you to the Red Rock Canyon. So leave the Las Vegas Strip and head in a new direction to the Red Rock Canyon for a refreshing break.