Filled with hiking trails and enchanting rock formations, explore these 12 incredible things to do in the Valley of Fire on your next visit.
Category: Valley of Fire
Filled with red sandstone formulations, the Valley of Fire was formed over 150 million years ago and resides just outside of Las Vegas.
Visitors will be delighted by the other-worldly landscapes, abudant hiking trails, beautiful rock formations and 46,000 acres of beauty to explore.
Valley of Fire Visitor Center
The Valley of Fire Visitor Center contains many exhibits, souvenirs, and park information.
Is visiting Lone Rock in the Valley of Fire worth it?
Lone Rock is a quick stop in the Valley of Fire on the way to the CCC Cabins and we wanted to find out if the stop was worth it.
Balancing Rock Trail – Valley of Fire
Balancing Rock trail is a short out and back, easy, 0.25-mile hike near the Valley of Fire Visitor Center.
Are the Cabins at Valley of Fire worth it?
Located in the Valley of Fire, the Cabins were originally built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps for visitors.
Hiking the Silica Dome – Valley of Fire
The Silica Dome is a popular spot within the Valley of Fire, especially if you are a Star Trek fan. This short hike leads to the summit of the Silica Dome and offers epic views of Fire Canyon within the Valley of Fire.
Hiking to Mouse’s Tank on the Petroglyph Canyon Trail
Mouse’s Tank is named after Mouse, an outlaw who hid out along the Petroglyph Trail in the Valley of Fire.
Explore Atlatl Rock at the Valley of Fire
Atlatl Rock is located in the heart of the Valley of Fire. Visitors will find 4,000 year old petroglyphs on this short trail.
Hiking the White Domes Trail – Valley of Fire, Overton, NV
The White Domes hiking trail takes adventurers through stunning landscapes including a striking slot canyon and large sandstone formations.
Rainbow Vista Hike in the Valley of Fire – Overton, NV
In the middle of the beautiful desert scenery at the Valley of Fire, you’ll find the Rainbow Vista Trail. This short 1.0 mile round trip trail leads hikers through a red rock sandstone canyon before ending with a stunning view of Fire Canyon.