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Visitors come to this canyon in the Nevada desert to view its Indian petroglyphs, some of the first known to man. Truly an amazing site, many of the etchings go 40 to 50 feet below the sand level and are hundreds of years old. A few of the more...more
All reviews parking area dirt road easy hike christmas tree pass short hike bring water grape vines native americans fun hike loose rocks tennis shoes wheel drive vehicle the main highway wear good walking shoes watch your step trail head rock formations
This is an amazing piece of history. I have been in this area once a year for the past twenty years and just realized this existed!!! Right off of NV state rd 163 and Christmas tree road. It is a gravel road but well maintained....More
Easy hike for the family. Make sure to bring water, it can be hot. The trail isn’t marked but you won’t get lost if you follow the river bed. The road out to the trail head is dirt, we made it fine in our car....More
Dirt road but only a couple of miles off the highway. We graded road for any type of vehicle, except a very low clearance. Parking area is about 1/4 mile from the petroglyphs, but the walk is pretty easy. Stay up on the bank of...More
A short hike to petroglyphs. Then you can continue to some small springs. If you like to hike further up the hills without climbing a lot boulders, you should take the left side. There are no signs and no visible trail. If you go in...More
It was a hot day but the walk was not unbearable. We drove into the canyon area and parked, then walked for about fifteen minutes. The rock writing is everywhere. While it was not a major attraction, when going to Laughlin, you should check them...More
Make sure to bring water. We had water but could of used more. We were there about noon to 1sh, with the high sun it was hard to see some of them, but had fun searching. Don't wear flip flops out here, tennis shoes are...More
We actually live in Laughin. Yes, we live here all year long. Grapevine Canyon is one of our favorite places to go and it's a place we always bring our guests who come to visit us. It is unexpected amidst all the touristy things in...More
It would take about an hour to view the rock art. Obviously you can spend as much time as you would like walking through the Canyon. If you would like, Christmas Tree Pass is about 13 miles long. This road is not paved... More
It would take about an hour to view the rock art. Obviously you can spend as much time as you would like walking through the Canyon. If you would like, Christmas Tree Pass is about 13 miles long. This road is not paved but relatively in good shape for a non 4x4 vehicle. Wildlife and nice scenery along the way.