Cool off from the desert heat and take in the glistening waterfalls inside Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Mary Jane Falls takes you on a hike through the Spring Mountains, and at the end, you will reach a waterfall and different caves.
With over 300 ancient petroglyphs on this trail, you are sure to see this wonderful art on your desert hike.
Valley of Fire State Park is where you will find the Fire Wave Trailhead, and it is one of the most popular hiking trails in the park.
The Historic Railroad Trail at Lake Mead takes you through an old, abandoned railroad track dating back to the 1930s.
Catch breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Valley at the top of Calico Tanks in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Gold Strike Canyon Hot Springs is one of the most fun hikes in Las Vegas, but it is also on the more challenging side.
Frenchman Mountain is one of the best hiking trails that lead you to magnificent views of the city.
In Northern Las Vegas, you will find a mountain that is right next to the freeway and in the middle of a large residential area.
Many of the hikes in Las Vegas are beautiful, but they don’t offer too much greenery, trees, or shade.