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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

260 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

January 22, 2021
great of rock climbers and a quick hike. or just take a quick ride around the loop
January 20, 2021
Check out the Nature in Las Vegas... about 30 minute drive. I recommend eat in Downtown Summerlin while you are out that way!!
November 29, 2020
Make sure you review trails, one for everyone. So majestic and beautiful, if you just drive through it’s worth it.
November 16, 2020
Great climbing, hiking, and scenery.
November 13, 2020
Great Place to get outdoors. Red Rock has some great scenic trails, including unusual rock formations, with city and mountain views.

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area by Airbnb Experiences

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Places to stay nearby

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Red Rock Canyon Tiny House

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1000 State Highway 159
Las Vegas, NV 89161
Phone+1 702-515-5350