Atlatl Rock is located in the heart of the Valley of Fire. Visitors will find 4,000 year old petroglyphs on this short trail.
Located 45 minutes outside of Las Vegas, you’ll find an abundance of Mt Charleston hikes. Find your perfect hike today!
Lee Canyon Narrows is located near Mount Charleston just 45 minutes outside of Las Vegas. Hikers will enjoy views of Mummy Mountain, seasonal wildflowers, and historic remnants of old vehicles before reaching the amazing Lee Canyon Narrows.
The Sawmill loop trail near Mount Charleston is a short 1.3 mile loop trail that is popular with hikers, bikers and horseback riders.
The Sawmill trailhead is the gateway to several hikes in the Mount Charleston Wilderness Area.
Fletcher Peak stands tall at 10,319′. Hikers will be thrilled with epic views, wildflowers, wildlife and an optional trip to a 3,000-year-old bristlecone tree.
The Mob Museum, also known as the National Museum of Organized Crim & Law Enforcement is a popular tourist destination in downtown Las Vegas, NV.
The Mandalay Bay Aquarium features 2,000 species of aquatic life, incl. sharks, exotic fish, sea turtles, piranha, a Komodo dragon, jelly fish and more.
The Pack Rat Route trail takes hikers on a 1.4 mile moderate loop through the Kyle Canyon area of the Spring Mountains.
Echo Overlook Trail is a popular hike in the Mt. Charleston wilderness area that leads hikers through fields of gorgeous wildflowers, past the towering Echo Cliffs and ends with views of Cathedral Rock and Mt. Charleston.