Red Rock Canyon boasts, hiking, a scenic drive, mountain biking, road biking, picnic areas, ancient petroglyphs, rock climbing,and much more.
Located within the scenic loop of Red Rock Canyon, you’ll find the Pine Creek Canyon Trail, a rewarding hidden gem.
Are you looking for a way to see the beauty of Red Rock Canyon without paying the entrance fee for the scenic loop? Red Rock Canyon Overlook may be for you!
Located 8.7 miles past the fee station inside the scenic loop of Red Rock Canyon, the Red Rock Wash Overlook boasts gorgeous views of the entire valley.
Located just under 5 miles into the scenic loop of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, the High Point Overlook is a quick stop you surely won’t want to miss.
Located in the heart of Calico Basin, you’ll find the famed Red Springs Boardwalk. A quick 0.5 mile loop, this trail boasts gorgeous views of Red Rock Canyon, petroglyphs, wildlife, and at times, a lush meadow full of plant life.
The Petroglyph Wall Trail takes hikers back in time to a cliff-side etched with rock images over 800 years old.
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.
A 3.5 mile hike in the Red Rock National Park, this free trail is close to Las Vegas, boasts sweeping views, light scrambling and beautiful red rocks.
The Kraft Mountain Loop to the Upper Gateway trail is a 5.3 mile out and back trail located in the Red Rock National conservation area.