Red Rock Canyon
Sunrise at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Sunrise at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

Red Rock Canyon Tours and Tickets

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The 195,819-acre (79,245-hectare) Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area in Nevada comprises a network of narrow canyons, seasonal waterfalls, rock art sites, and surreal rock formations with ample opportunity for hiking, biking, rock climbing, and desert wildlife watching, all a short drive from Las Vegas.

  • 1000 Scenic Loop Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89161

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Richard_V, Nov 2023
We’ll worth it!
Steve was a very knowledgeable and fun tour guide. Nice interaction with the group. Eight members in the group, my wife and I the only couple from the states. Awesome people from around the world. The tour is to the beautiful scenery in Red Rock Canyon. Quiet, clean fresh air is always welcome. A great way to spend a few hours of your time while in Vegas.
tina_h, Nov 2023
Super Fun!
This was a great tour. I have always wanted to see Red Rock Canyon. Our pick up at the hotel was perfect. The tour guides where great and made sure we were safe at all time. Super fun trip.
Sonya_B, Nov 2023
Loved my tour of Red Rock Canyon
The guide was great and really knowledgeable about Red Rock Canyon as well as all other aspects of Vegas . The tour wasn't arduous and is suitable for anyone really as you can go at your own pace. The ranch and mining town were great to see and really interesting but its the beauty and tranquility of those red rocks that leave a lasting impression . Really enjoyed it and would recommend
Kattia_G, Nov 2023
Great Vacation!
We had a great time in the red rock canyon, my husband and I had a great day riding our bikes through those nice trails and enjoying amazing views. All aspects were well managed from pick up, bikes, guide, drop off, etc, the tour was long enough to feel the work out but still ok for a relaxing vacation day, well planned indeed. I definitely recommend it and will do it again!. Costa Rica.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Red Rock Canyon hours of operation?
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Red Rock Canyon hours of operation: . Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
People Also Ask
Q:What is there to do at Red Rock Canyon?
A:There are lots of things to do at Red Rock Canyon. You can take the Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive or go hiking on one of its 26 different trails. You can also stop at the overlooks for views or go rock climbing. If you’re interested in history, check out the petroglyphs and learn about Paiute culture at the visitor center.
Q:How long does the Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive take?
A:The Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive (also known as the Red Rock Canyon Loop) takes around 30 minutes to drive. If you plan to stop frequently, give yourself plenty of extra time. The entire 13-mile (20-kilometer) stretch goes along Red Rock Canyon Road and is accessible throughout the year.
Q:What should I wear to Red Rock Canyon?
A:Hiking boots or walking or running shoes are really important at the canyon, especially if you’re planning to hit the trails. Wear long pants and long sleeves with UV protection to guard your skin from the sun’s harsh rays and the area’s prickly plant life.
Q:How far is Red Rock Canyon from the Strip?
A:Red Rock Canyon is about 25 miles (40 kilometers) from the Las Vegas Strip. The drive takes around 20 minutes without traffic. Because the canyon is so close to Vegas, many travelers visit as a day trip from Sin City.
Q:Are reservations required for Red Rock Canyon?
A:Yes, you need reservations to access the Scenic Loop between the hours of 8am and 5pm. Book a timed Red Rock Canyon ticket online to go on your own, or book a tour that takes care of all the details for you.
Q:Is Red Rock Canyon near Hoover Dam?
A:Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is about a 50-mile (80.5-kilometer) drive to the Hoover Dam. The drive usually takes around an hour, and many tours stop at both attractions.