Hiking in Las Vegas

Hiking in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas isn’t exactly known as a hikers paradise or a place you’d take your kids to as an educational field trip.


It’s known as sin city, the city that never sleeps, entertainment and of course, gambling.


But, if you hop in your car and take a short drive from the strip, you’ll see there’s much more to Vegas than meets the eye.


And within a short drive, you could be stumbling through bright red canyons, strolling through historic railroad tunnels, soaking in hot springs or taking in what I think is the best views of the big city.


Be sure to click on the hike for a further description.


“Before visiting the Red Rock Canyon we had never seen these gorgeous rocks. Boy were we missing out!” We traveled here two year ago while living in our fifth-wheel. Now were here in our Outback and love it just as much. Thanks RV life for opening our door to so many different adventures!”

Hikes within an hours drive

*Valley Of Fire State Park

*Mount Charleston Hikes
Mary Jane Falls Trail, North Loop Trail, Trail Canyon Trail, Fletcher Canyon Trail, Echo Trail, Robbers Roost Trail and many more.
And if you’re willing to drive over an hour to get some hiking in during your trip to Las Vegas, I’d suggest you visit Death Valley National Park and St. George Utah also.
Happy Travels!