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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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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’s like driving on a washboard to get to the trailhead but you can do it. It is a short walk straight ahead to get to the site. There are no signs except one that tells you to go at your own risk. Even if...More
Let's be honest, you won't get your fill of culture in Laughlin, so you will really appreciate a visit to see the petroglyphs in Grapevine canyon. The canyon is located down a very bumpy rough track of the road to Las Vegas. Our rental car...More
After visiting and hiking Grapevine continue driving into the mountains. You'll come upon Christmas Tree Pass which is almost surreal when first seen. People have decorated the trees with their old Christmas decorations. What a site in the desert and mountains. It's a pretty rough...More
If you appreciate nature and Indian artifacts you will be greatly blessed by this short excursion
I will start by saying that the early inhabitants were definitely trying to communicate through the marade of Petroglyphs still legible.The entrance to the Canyon is covered with their...More
This place is well worth the short hike it takes to get there but once you arrive you will be amazed by the miriad of indian petroglyphs on all sides of you. Take time to look around because there are alot that are hidden somewhat...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.
We did a helicopter tour of the west rim Grand Canyon. That is also where the sky bridge is located. It's probably about an hour and half from Laughlin nv. It well worth the price and they have them going all day long. Hope... More
We did a helicopter tour of the west rim Grand Canyon. That is also where the sky bridge is located. It's probably about an hour and half from Laughlin nv. It well worth the price and they have them going all day long. Hope that helps some. This was listed under grapevine Canyon though 😊