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At the trailhead, there's a sign advising hikers to bring 1-2 gallons per person on this hike. My husband and I only packed 6 16.9-oz bottles for the two of us since we were trying to pack light. We went about a week before this...More
We started this hike at 10am, and returned to our car at 3pm, having spent about 40-45 minutes at the springs. After finally locating the pull off and parking area off Hwy 93 just past the Hoover Dam, in Arizona. You park on the opposite...More
Pack a lunch and swim wear. Our group took the counter-clockwise route around the trail hitting the Colorado river first and then enjoying the heated pools of the spring on the way back up the canyon. What an enjoyable way to spend a few hours...More
At mile marker 4 crossing over into Arizona from Nevada there is a large parking area that is the start of a 6 mile round trip trail that leads to the Arizona Hot Springs. Sure there is a way to take the Colorado River to...More
My fiancee and aren't avid hikers but we were out in the area that day and wanted to do a moderate hike of a canyon with great views along the way. We chose this one for it's length and difficulty. We were both able to...More
This is a solid hike that most should be able to accomplish. For most of the hike, it's a straight walk through canyons with gravel paths. The last 1/4 - 1/2 mile consists of some steep ascents and descents but they are relatively short. Make...More
This is fun little trail that walks you through slot canyons. The trail is mostly on gravel, with some sand along the Colorado River.
Please beware that the trail is not really a loop..The hot springs sit in between the two trails, so whichever side...More
I have been hiking to these hot springs since I was 10 years old. This trail is an easier hike that the trail to another set of hot springs on the Nevada side of the Colorado River, but it is a longer hike. Going in...More
For visitors to the area, this trail is not in Las Vegas! Rather it's in Arizona, a short ride over the dam bridge south of Boulder City. For some, the most difficult part of this excursion will be accessing the parking lot. So follow 93...More