September 10-12, 2019 | Red Rock Hotel | Las Vegas, Nevada
|Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area - 6 miles
Just up the road from our Resort lies some of the most spectacular desert scenery you could imagine - enjoy a leisurely drive around the 13-mile Scenic Loop, hike, bike rock climb, picnic and observe some of our native wildlife and breathtaking geology. Also see Red Rock Interpretive Association for guided hikes and events.
|Clark County Wetlands Park - 23 miles
The environment created by the run off of water from the Las Vegas Valley creates the ideal habitat for many species of wildlife and migratory birds.
|Mt. Charleston - 23 miles
Hike/Ski/Snowboard/Picnic - the State’s 8th highest mountain peak is a short drive away. For a total change of pace, drive to Mt. Charleston to relax among the aspen, ponderosa pine and mountain mahogany trees.
|Valley of Fire State Park - 62 miles
This spectacular area was named for the magnificent red sandstone formations that were created from great shifting sand dunes during the age of the dinosaurs, including elephant rock, the beehives and arch rock.
|Ash Meadows Wildlife Refuge - (Just outside of Pahrump)
The largest remaining oasis (over 24,000 acres of spring-fed wetlands and alkaline desert uplands fed from a vast underground aquifer system). This ecosystem is so unique that it is recognized as a wetland of international importance and is home to threatened and endangered plants and animals, including the rarest and smallest pupfish in the world – the Devils Hole Pupfish.
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