September 10-12, 2019 | Red Rock Hotel | Las Vegas, Nevada
Just because you are in Las Vegas doesn’t mean you have to indulge in all that is unhealthy. We are here to keep you on track to a healthier you. We are bringing back the Red Rock Walk/Run for those of you who want to start the day with a hike or run in the Red Rock Canyons.
Whether you are a walker or runner, we have the workout for you. Expect views of the Red Rock Mountains in front of you and Nevada desert scenery all around you. The area features spectacular red and white sandstone cliffs and there are many natural springs that feed the abundant vegetation and attract a variety of interesting wild life. Transportation leaves the lobby at 6:00 a.m. We will return no later than 7:30 a.m.
Sign up to be included in this fun, healthy alternative. Email email@example.com and let us know if you plan to run or walk for our planning purposes.
ABOUT RED ROCK CANYON
Red Rock Canyon State Park features scenic desert cliffs, buttes and spectacular rock formations. The park is located where the southernmost tip of the Sierra Nevada converge with the El Paso Range. Each tributary canyon is unique, with dramatic shapes and vivid colors.
Historically, the area was once home to the Kawaiisu Indians, who left petroglyphs in the El Paso mountains and other evidence of their inhabitation. The spectacular gash situated at the western edge of the El Paso mountain range was on the Native American trade route for thousands of years. During the early 1870s, the colorful rock formations in the park served as landmarks for 20-mule team freight wagons that stopped for water. About 1850, it was used by the footsore survivors of the famous Death Valley trek including members of the Arcane and Bennett families along with some of the Illinois Jayhawkers. The park now protects significant paleontology sites and the remains of 1890s-era mining operations, and has been the site for a number of movies.
After wet winters, the park's floral displays are stunning. Flow from the springs supports several tree species, including cottonwood, ash, shrub live oak, and honey mesquite, as well as saltgrass meadows. Wildlife you may encounter includes roadrunners, hawks, lizards, mice and squirrels.
The beauty of the desert, combined with the geologic features make Red Rock Canyon State Park a hiker's favorite destination.
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