Valley of Fire State Park
Explore some of the most unique red sandstone formations the world has to offer. Located just 50 miles north of Las Vegas, the Valley of Fire offers unlimited adventures for hiking, sightseeing or learning about the geology.
Eldorado Canyon Mine Tours
The Eldorado Canyon ghost town and the Techatticup Mine were founded in the 1880s, Since then, it has survived through many eras that have left many old buildings, mine equipment, cars and lots of old American artifacts that make for a very unique place to visit and have fun.
Red Rock Canyon
Take a journey into Nevada's Mojave Desert and travel into the Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area, where you will find geological features such as towering red sandstone peaks and the Keystone Thrust Fault, as well as Native American petroglyphs, Joshua trees and wild burros. Panoramic viewing spots dot the 13-mile scenic loop that you will tour with stops for hiking, exploring and taking pictures.
Escape the Las Vegas desert and travel past the creosote bushes, yucca and Joshua trees and into another world where you will enter into mountains full of juniper, pinyon pine and mountain mahogany. The air temperatures will drop 20-30 degrees to make for very comfortable summer temps or snow in the winter. You can enjoy hiking, sightseeing, photography or have a picnic. You will have the opportunity to see wildlife like wild mustangs, mule deer and wild burros. So, come take a private tour of Mount Charleston with us today.
Lake Mead - Hoover Dam
Take a tour from Las Vegas to Lake Mead where you will get to walk out on a beautiful lake view overlook, hike through old rail road tunnels, walk out on the Pat Tillman Bridge 900 feet above the Hoover Dam and marvel over the man-made wonders that have been built in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River.
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