Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Las Vegas

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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Las Vegas - Address, Ticket Price

Address: 1000 Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89161, United States

Ticket Price: 3 USD

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 04:30 pm Details

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The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area situated in Nevada is a preserved range operated by the Bureau of Land Management, as a major aspect of its National Landscape Conservation System. It is secured as a National Conservation Area, and is found around the range of 15 miles to the west of Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Strip provides a grand panoramic view of the Red Rock Canyon. The range of Red Rock Canyon trails is visited by an excess of 1 million guests every year. The protected range showcases a set of substantial red rock creations, mainly featuring a set of sandstone crests and dividers worldwide named as the Keystone Thrust. The dividers reach a height of 3,000 feet or 910 metres, making them a mainstream trekking and rock climbing terminus. The most elevated focus is the La Madre Mountain, situated at a height of 2,485 m. A restricted circular street, spreading 21 km around the canyon, furnishes vehicle access to a large number of the characteristic zones in the territory.

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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Information

  • The Red Rock Canyon is a renowned natural grandeur easily accessible by a four-wheel-drive way off of the picturesque circle. The unaware tourists reach it through travelling between the valley slice through by State Route 159, which is usually wrongly refered to as Red Rock Canyon. The huge divider of rock called the Wilson Cliffs, or Keystone Thrust, might be seen along the western premises of this roadway.
  • For general information call on +1 (702) 515-5367.

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Ticket Prices

These are the ticket prices for vehicles to be allowed on Red Rock Canyon tours:

  • Daily Car/Truck Fee: $7 per vehicle
  • Daily Motorcycle, Bicycle, Pedestrian Fee: $3 per vehicle
  • Red Rock Annual Pass: $30 per person (hikers, bicycles etc.)

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Opening and Closing Hours

  • The Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center is open every day from 8:00 AM - 4:30 pm.

The scenic loop is open every day of the year with times changing slightly according to the season:

  • November to February : 6:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • March - 6:00 am : 7:00 pm
  • April - September : 6:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • October - 6:00 am : 7:00 pm

How To reach Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area by Public Transport

  • 1000 Scenic Loop Dr

Restaurants Near Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

  • McDonald's
  • Coco’s
  • Mazzio’s

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  • Beautiful place to spend the day exploring and only minutes away from the Summerlin area. Visitor center is informative and worth the time to prepare you for what the park offers. Plenty of informed staff to answer questions. The park loop is worth the drive, even if you only get out occasionally to admire the scenery. Most trail heads are clearly marked and indicate the level of exertion required to complete the hikes. There's really something here for all ages and ability levels. Highly recommended.

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  • This park is an amazing slice of beauty that reminded me of being in Colorado. Met so many people and shared in conversation while walking the trails with my family. Everyone was very pleasant. The kids enjoyed climbing higher and higher until I had to yell at them to get down. That's the scary part of this place. There are high drop offs and large rocks that can move. It's okay to have some fun, but we tried to stick on the path for the most part. People were everywhere walking, riding, running, and climbing. Being there just made you want to move about.

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  • A hidden gem just 30 min outside Las Vegas. Beautiful scenery and rock formation in different colors. The loop scenic road is about 31 miles that you can drive in your car. Admission is $7.00. Hiking trails are everywhere, if you plan on hiking dress appropriately and bring plenty of water and sunscreen. A very picturesque hike is Calico tanks. Moderate difficulty

  • We hear before back in Summer 2012. We like then so we Decided to go back again wow. This time around we had a blast this is 16 mile drive around the park first part ride were you can the lots of Red rock this so cool to see and you are so many trails. to walk on. As you driver around the park you different parks of rocks and trail . When you do go into the park check the Park check out the visitor center they have a great gift shop. If you are in the area check this park out. ...

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  • This place was awesome for pictures. Super easy hikes and rock climbing. My kids easily climbed up the top of one of the many mountain tops. No issues. There were signs of wild burros but we didn't see any. Overall, it was an awesome place to visit right outside of Vegas.

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