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Red Rock Canyon Tours

Only 15 miles west of Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the Vegas Strip. Join us on a tour of Red Rock Canyon and experience the rugged beauty of the Canyon's iconic red rock formations, the vibrantly colored Calico Hills, and the peaks of Keystone Thrust from the comfort of an air-conditioned luxury SUV.

Red Rock Canyon SUV Tour


Why Visit Red Rock Canyon?

Red Rock Canyon's distinctive red rock formations—some of which reach 3,000 feet tall—offer breathtaking views of some of the Southwest's most impressive geology, including the Keystone Thrust Fault, Mount Wilson, and the colorful Calico Hills. Visitors can see them all from the 13 mile scenic loop that travels through Red Rock Canyon.

Red Rock Canyon was Nevada's first National Conservation Area, and it's now one of the most popular in the country with over 1 million visitors every year. If you're looking for an off-the-Strip adventure just outside of Las Vegas, hop on a guided tour to Red Rock Canyon to see it's dramatic, brilliantly-colored formations up close, all from the comfort of a luxury air conditioned SUV. Tours depart daily from the Las Vegas Strip.

Red Rock Canyon is just 15 miles from Las Vegas—it's so close, you can actually see it from the Strip. If you don't have much time in Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon is just a convenient 20-30 minute drive away, making it the perfect day trip or half-day escape.

What You'll See at Red Rock Canyon

Keystone Thrust

Formed 65 million years ago when older, gray limestone was thrust eastwards over red sandstone.

Calico Hills

Distinct crimson hills formed by sand dunes compressed and lithified under the weight of eroded rock.

Scenic Drive

13-mile scenic loop featuring a one-way road that winds through the Canyon past many scenic viewpoints.

Wilson Cliffs

Part of the Keystone Thrust fault, where gray, yellow, and red stone meet to form a massive wall of rock.

Desert Wildlife

Red Rock Canyon is home to over 200 species of fauna, including bighorn sheep and golden horses.

Red Rock Formations

Formed over 600 million years, some of Red Rock Canyon's sandstone formations reach 3,000 feet tall.

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