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Family Hikes

 There are lots of hikes for the whole family around Las Vegas.  The best part is no matter what time of the year you can hike around Las Vegas.

Mt. Charleston - 35 miles west of Las Vegas

Bristlecone Trail - Best done in the fall when the leaves are changing.
Desert Overlook - A good hike for beginners or children.
Echo Loop - Easy loop hike for beginners.
Fletcher Canyon - Classic mountain hike. Year round water.
Little Falls - Easy trek through the forest to a seasonal waterfall.
Robber's Roost - Easy hike to cave where Mexican bandits hid out.
Stanley B. Springs - Springs, mines, and caves!!!














Red Rock Hikes - 20 miles west of Las Vegas

Arnight Trail - Prettiest when the desert is in bloom (April - May.)
Cave Canyon - Hike to a cave.
Dale's Trail - Another easy BLM trail that is best done when the desert is in bloom.
Fern Canyon - Magnificent canyon hike with year-round water in the pools.
First Creek Waterfall - Take the family to see a seasonal waterfall in the desert.
Keystone Thrust - Easiest and shortest hike to the famous Keystone Thrust fault line.
La Madre Springs - Hike travel to a water source for animals in the area.
Las Vegas Overlook - Great views of Las Vegas and Red Rock peaks from the top.
Lost Creek Canyon - Good beginner's hike with a seasonal waterfall.
Pine Creek - Great beginner's bouldering route that ends at a pool. 

















Lake Mead Hikes - 30 miles east of Las Vegas

Anniversary Narrows - The Narrows is something that you must see.
Callville Bay - Easy hike around the bay.
Cleopatra Wash - Fun hike that follows a scenic wash to a cove on Lake Mead. Video
Historic Railroad Tunnels - The trail follows an old railroad track.
Northshore Summit- A short hike the whole family can enjoy.
Redstone Trail - Very easy beginner's hike.










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