Red Rock Hiking Tour

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Red Rock Hiking Tour

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Red Rock Hiking Tour
For some time away from the casinos and shows, what could be more exhilarating than a hike through the beautiful Red Rock Canyon. Hiking in Red Rock is a terrific adventure for Vegas visitors, a memorable experience to see the long cliffs towering over 7000 ft., experience the wildlife, and learn more about the cultural history. Don’t forget the incredible views of the La Madre Mountains and the city of Las Vegas.

Travel down into the most popular hikes in the Southwest with a highly skilled, educated and trained guide. Each possible hike is a perfect blend of beauty and diversity of terrain; Calico Tanks Lower and Upper, Turtlehead Peak, White Rock Loop, Ice Box Canyon, and more!

With the Red Rock Hiking Tour you will enjoy hotel to hotel transportation, complimentary sunscreen, park entrances paid, and a great adventure with a guide that will give you all the information and education you need to truly enjoy Red Rock Canyon. Best of Vegas has your discount tickets to experience this fun day off the Strip!

Tour Highlights
Take a tour with the Red Rock Canyon Hiking Tour and enjoy the most popular hikes in the Southwest. This is the ideal way to take a break from the hustle-bustle of the Vegas Strip for some quality time in nature, hiking through the amazing Red Rock Canyon. It’s truly a unique, geographical spectacle just outside Las Vegas. Skip the casinos for a few hours and enjoy the great outdoors of Red Rock Canyon. From Turtlehead Peak to Ice Box Canyon, this is the perfect day excursion away from Vegas.


Tour Duration:
Approximately 5 hours, hotel to hotel

Age Restrictions:


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