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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
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This was a nice way to start our return trip home. It took about 20 minutes from the casino area in Laughlin to get to the trailhead for the petroglyphs. Easy drive on a dirt road, just a little bumpy, not too dusty. The trail...More
This is a great side trip and should be done only from November to March due to heat in the other months. It is 20 minutes from Laughlin and the dirt road is usually in graded condish so any car can make it. Google it...More
Out of Laughlin back towards Vegas signed Christmas tree pass follow dirt road(smooth enough for a mustang convertible) about a mile up the trail turn left head to the carpark the it is about 3/4 mile to see how the ancient natives decorated the canyon...More
Once my son and I found the right trail the view was great. Only about 15 miles from Laughlin. Keep to the center up the dry stream and u will find it. Only say the beginning because of being tired going on the wrong trail...More
When visiting Harrah’s in Laughlin, Nevada during the spring, my husband, brother-in-law, and I decided to spend the day hiking at Grapevine Canyon. We easily followed the signs that directed us to the canyon from Laughlin. There was a short bumpy dirt road that lead...More
Short walk will get you to interesting petroglyphs. Does not take long to cover this area. Short drive from Laughlin casinos on Christmas Tree Pass. No special vehicle needed if coming from casinos, but if you decide to continue down Christmas Tree Pass all the...More
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
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.