- Hiking tour of Red Rock Canyon
- Choice of 3 hiking trails
- Professional guide and bottled water included
- Guided hike highlighting ecological and cultural elements
- Roundtrip air-conditioned transportation from the Las Vegas Strip
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What You Can Expect
Calico Hills: this trail runs along the base of the Calico Rocks from Calico Basin to Sandstone Quarry. Distance is variable since the trail can be accessed at either end or from either of the two Calico parking areas. A side trail runs from the fee booth parking lot and connects with this trail. Hiking distance is 2.5-miles (4 km). Rating: easy to moderate.
White Rock to Willow Springs: your guide will take the trail on the west side to the point where it splits. The trail to the right descends to a guzzler (man-made water hole). The trail to the left heads downhill and through a wash, then climbs over a ridge and drops you into the Lost Creek area. From there, it is only a short distance to Willow Springs. Starting from Willow Springs, just reverse the previous instructions. Hiking distance is 4.4 miles (7.8 km) roundtrip. Rating: easy to moderate.
Ice Box Canyon: This trail heads down across the wash and up the other side toward the canyon. The trail is well defined as it leads you up the side of the canyon for approximately 1/4 of a mile (0.4 km). It then drops into the bottom of the canyon. From this point, the trail becomes a route over and around boulders as it continues upstream. The official trail ends at the large ponderosa pine tree in the bottom of the canyon which is 2.5-miles roundtrip (4 km). To reach the upper pool, which is filled by seasonal waterfall, be prepared for some tricky wall scrambling and a 3-mile (4.8 km) roundtrip. Rating: moderately strenuous.
This was an incredible experience from pick-up to drop off. The sites were amazing and the trail was excellent. Brandon was an absolutely unbelievable guide and really made the experience worth every penny. It is a great getaway from the big city. Highly recommended.
Very nice tour with a great guide (Brandon) who was very knowledgeable and patient. I would recommend this trip to everyone.
My only feedback is that the description of the tour isn't clear that all members of the group have to agree to one hiking option/level. I thought each person chose their own course and level of efforts. I almost didn't sign up because I wasn't sure how the guide would work out. If you sign-up for this tour you need to be aware that the level of effort of the hike will be dependent on "majority rules" which may or may not be what you want.