Best Hiking Trails in Las Vegas

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Las Vegas, Nevada. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1000 Scenic Loop Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89161 Directions

Since 1990

Student Field Trips, Historic Walking Areas, Plants, National Parks, Climbing, Biking, Outdoor Activities, Scenic Drives, Flora and Fauna, Camping, Visitor Center, Off-Road Driving & Wildlife Areas

Red Rock Canyon is a one-way 13-mile drive and visitor center providing information and explanation of opportunities for recreation. Visitors can enjoy colorful canyons on different hiking trails or a beautiful 13-mile ride. There are 26 various hikes and trails which take you from the deep canyons to the Red Rock Canyon highest points. The walls reach 910 m (3,000 feet) high, making them a popular hiking and rock climbing destination. Scenic Drive is 12.5 miles long when you drive straight ahead and about 13 miles long when you pull off at each of the various overlooks. It includes a paved 13-mile path, scenic loop road, visitor center, and area for day use.

Price: Daily Car Fee - $7
Daily Motorcycle Fee - $3
Daily Bicycle Fee - $3
Daily Pedestrian Fee - $3
Scenic Drive Annual Support Pass - $30

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Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 5:00 pm

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7050 East Wetlands Park Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89122 Directions

Since 1963

Boulder Highway, Rushing Water, Walking Trails, Desert Environment, Bike Riding, Bird and Wildlife Viewing, Stadium, Paved Trail, Interactive Displays, Reclaimed Waters, Biking & Nature Center

Wetlands Park Nature Preserve is a 210-acre area of the park which contains hundreds of animal species. The Preserve features wetlands, three miles of paved open ADA trails, facilities, and a connecting system of unpaved trails. The Wetlands Loop Trail, 14-mile long, is a multi-use path used by hikers, joggers, and cyclists. There are lots of opportunities to see the animals, take photos, and escape into a special natural world. The 2,900-acre park includes several miles of paved and unpaved shared-use paths. It offers interactive displays and events in designated areas for all ages, access from several trailheads, and walking and biking pathways. They afford free entry for the nature trail.

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Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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9700 South Buffalo Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89178 Directions

Playground, Archaeology Dig Site, Wild Flowers, Kid's Friendly, Mountain, Waterplay Area, Picnic Areas, Running, Indian Village, Birding, Dog-Friendly, Outdoor Amphitheater, Replicas of a Western Town, Events, Playgrounds, Walking Trails, Wildlife, Nature Trips & Biking

Exploration Peak Park is a 2,846-foot-high discovery hill with walking and biking trails leading up to the top for excellent views of the las vegas valley and edge culture of the mountains. The path provides a variety of activities and is best used from March through October. The park facilities include playground equipment, water play area, horseshoe box, and an outdoor amphitheater. Dogs can use this trail.


Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

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