Nestled in the heart of the Mt. Charleston Wilderness area, Robbers’ Roost Trail tells a legendary tale of a horse thieves’ hideout in the late 1800s.
The Mt. Charleston Visitor Center (aka Springs Mountains Visitor Gateway) is the doorway to the famed Spring Mountains National Recreation Area and the 11,916’ tall Mt. Charleston.
The Red Rock Visitor Center is the gateway to the famed Red Rock Canyon boasting a multitude of indoor & outdoor exhibits, plant specimens and desert tortoises.
Step back in time to experience the geological wonder of the Keystone Thrust Trail in the heart of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
A quick stop on the scenic highway 158, the Desert View Overlook is great for all ages and offers a unique vantage into history along with sweeping views.
Just a 45 minute drive from Las Vegas, you’ll find the best easy hiking trails Mt Charleston has to offer!
Just 45 minutes from Las Vegas, you’ll find the stunning Cathedral Rock trail in Mt. Charleston. This 2.8-mile hike is sure to satisfy your wanderlust.
Nestled under the shadows of Mt Charelston, you’ll find a true hidden gem and our favorite disc golf course in the Las Vegas area: Lee Canyon Disc Golf.
Over 1 million visitors a year take advantage of the scenic views, hiking, skiing, & more at Mt Charleston. Read on to find out the best 15 things to do!
The Bristlecone Loop Trail is located in the heart of the Mt Charleston wilderness area in Nevada near the Lee Canyon ski resort. This easy to moderate hike is around 6.3 miles to complete and offers expansive views and pleasantly cooler temperatures than the Las Vegas valley.