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Valley of Fire State Park

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Valley of Fire State Park

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Valley of Fire
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29450 Valley of Fire Hwy, Overton, NV 89040
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Valley of Fire Luxury Tour Trekker Excursion
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Valley of Fire Luxury Tour Trekker Excursion

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The breathtaking desert of Nevada is yours to explore on this luxury Tour Trekker day excursion from Las Vegas. Deep terracotta desert sands provide the backdrop as you investigate intriguing rock formations and prehistoric Native American petroglyphs (rock carvings). During your off-road adventure, the spectacular views of the Mojave Desert will take your breath away. Hotel pickup and drop-off, and lunch are included on this tour.
US$168.01 per adult
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Alex Franklin wrote a review 20 Jan
Lebanon, Kentucky87 contributions16 helpful votes
I will honestly tell you, I was NOT prepared for this hike but boy was I blown away! We've done all of the other typical Vegas stuff like Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon and Grand Canyon so we decided to give Valley of Fire a shot. We decided to do this on the day we got into Vegas after already being awake for 12 hours and realized the trails we chose were NOT for the faint of heart. Especially for the unprepared such as ourselves. We chose the Fire Wave, White Domes and Seven Wonders Loop. Tip #1 download All Trails app and use it to "record" your hike so that it keeps you on the trail.#2 WEAR PROPER SHOES - if you wear tennis shoes and end up with more sand in your shoes than you know what to do with, I told you so. #3 Even in January, bring lots of water. It's hot. #4 Be prepared for gorgeous views and some great exercise. This really was a great experience with some great views! Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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cullisonbob wrote a review 18 Jan
Seattle, Washington8 contributions
Hiked the Seven Wonders Loop. Easy trail thru slot canyons and wash. See the Fire Wave! Sunny weather with cool breeze from the north, very comfortable.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Lucy Z wrote a review 14 Jan
Los Angeles, California1 contribution
Tucked into the mountains off the 15N, the Valley of Fire feels like a gem waiting to be discovered. After a short 35 minute freeway, you'll drive past a gas station and into the canyon roads for another 25 minutes. There's two entrances which you'll remit a $10 park fee - coming from the 15N you'll be at the west entrance & coming from Lake Mead, you'll enter the east entrance. Both entrances offer the opportunity to see Petrified wood - however, I would pass, as the logs were not as crystalized as other petrified wood we have seen. If your time is short, I would head straight to the Fire Wave Trail (~1 mile round trip, budget 1 hour). This hike is fairly easy to moderate, and is gravel with one manageable steep decline down. Do not miss this hike, as this is the park's namesake hike. Other renown hikes include the White Domes Road, Elephant Rock, Mouse's Tank, and Rainbow Vista. White Domes is a 1.25RT hike offering slot canyons and beautiful geological formations to feast your eyes. Other pullout sites include Arch Rock, Seven Sisters, and Atlatl Rock. Make sure to swing over to chat with a ranger to time-budget, because this park has so much to offer!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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PAboyinFL wrote a review 14 Jan
Ocala, Florida886 contributions220 helpful votes
Valley of Fire State Park is a beautiful display of nature and landscapes, and is only a little over an hour away from Las Vegas. We took a day trip here and enjoyed a few short hikes and climbing on the rocks. Take food with you, there is nothing along the interstate or highways once you clear the Las Vegas area.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Sarah Jane Abad wrote a review 14 Jan
Las Vegas, Nevada162 contributions31 helpful votes
Great place for hiking and picnics!! Different trails for everyone ... easy, medium and hard! Plus a photographers dream... so many places to take great pics!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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