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Red Rock in Las Vegas NV

The Red Rock Canyon is located in Clark County, Nevada, and it is an area managed by the Bureau of Land Management. It is roughly 15 miles west of Las Vegas, and is easily spotted from the Las Vegas Strip. Over two million people visit the area each year. The conservation area showcases red rock formations, which are a set of sandstone peaks and walls known as the Keystone Thrust. These walls are as high as 3,000 feet, with the highest point being La Madre Mountain at 8,154 feet, or 2,485 meters. The Red Rock Canyon is a maze made up of canyons and peaks, chimneys and ledges, chutes and gullies leading to something just waiting to be discovered. There are a total of 26 different hikes and trails that take you from deep canyons all the way to the highest peaks of the Red Rock canyon.

Climbing is an increasingly popular activity to do on the Red Rock Canyon. There are routes for both beginning and advanced climbers. Huge boulders and sheer rock bring climbers from all over. Bicycling in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area can be a pleasant way to see flora and fauna. Bicycles are allowed on the Scenic Drive, paved roads, and designated biking trails. Bikes are not allowed on the designated hiking trails. Certain Motor vehicle regulations apply for bicycles.

Red Rock Canyon is home to a diverse mix of plants and animals. From seasonal flowers and wildlife to year-round animals and plants, you may be amazed by how much diversity of life you will find here! Red Rock’s scenic vistas are an inspiration to both amateur and professional photographers, so you can take snapshots of the wildlife here. Photography done casually or for personal use does not require a film permit.