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Great Hiking Trails in Las Vegas

Harshada Kekare
Calico Tank
It's one of the most popular hikes in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. This is 2.2-mile out-and-back trail over Red rocks.
Lost Creek Falls
It's a 0.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Las Vegas. Out of all of the trails within the park, only one leads to a waterfall.
Red and Black Mountain
Located in Boulder City, it's 1 to 6 miles round trip. You will be lucky to see the trail dotted with wildflowers during Spring.
Fire Wave
It's a newer trail in the Valley of Fire State Park. This 1.2-mile out-and-back hike takes you into some outstanding scenery with some colorful stone hills.
Crystal Springs Boardwalk
It's a protected wildlife refuge located in the Amargosa Valley. Crystal Springs, 0.9 mile round trip boardwalk will lead you to a beautiful Caribbean-blue spring pool.
Fire Canyon
It's a nature preservation area located 16 miles south of Overton, Nevada. This is a 3-mile round trip, everything in the Valley of Fire is gorgeous.
Mouse’s Tank
It's a natural basin in the rock where water collects after each rainfall. The trail passes through a number of towering slot canyons before ending up at the hidden pool.
White Domes
It's a 1.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Overton, Nevada that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail opens into a desert landscape.
Wetlands Park
Located to the east end of Tropicana Avenue, it is a great place for bird-watching, picnicking or just enjoying the soft sounds of nature.
Ice Box Canyon
It's a 2.3 miles heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Las Vegas. The canyon floor is quite lush with trees and shrubs.
South Loop Trail
This hike takes you to the highest point around Las Vegas on Mount Charleston. The trail passes through a bristlecone forest.
Lake Mead Railway Trail
This is an out-and-back hike with a round-trip distance of 7.5 miles. The trail leads through five tunnels which for most people are the highlights.