Photographer's Dream - Valley of Fire Hiking Tour - Group Packages

2 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 5 hr

Your first journey is White Dome Loop, a 1.1-mile moderate hike, with a beautiful slot canyon and amazing rock formations. From there we will move on to Mouses Tank Canyon, a 1/2 mile easy hike, with many ancient Native American petroglyphs and more colorful rock formations. Your third stop is the Visitor's Center where you may enjoy the many geological and wildlife exhibits, plus a great gift shop! For an extra fee we will provide lunch. After the Visitor's Center, you'll make a few short stops for photos, including Atlatl Rock and Seven Sisters, and then we will head back to your hotel. This tour is approximately 5 hours, exploring some of the areas most scenic viewpoints and locations with the viewing of ancient Native American petroglyphs. We will include cold bottled water, as well as snacks (chips, granola bars, fresh fruit). This is an easy hike for most ages in relatively good shape.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At:

Visitor center where you may enjoy the many geological and wildlife exhibits.They have a great gift shop and clean restrooms.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: White Domes Trail

White Dome Loop a 1.1-mile moderate hike with a beautiful slot canyon and amazing rock formations. Rainbow colors and eroded Aztec sandstone depressions throughout the trail. Beautiful wildlife viewing with epic photo opportunities along the way.

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Mouse's Tank

Mouses Tank Canyon is a 1/4 mile easy hike loaded with petroglyphs dating back over 3,000 years. The name mouse comes from a Southern Paiute Renegade Indian named Little Mouse. After he was accused of gunning down two prospectors and many other crimes he hide in small caves and sandstone depressions in this maze of colorful canyons. Come walk through this prehistoric land of colors and shapes.

Duration: 55 minutes

Stop At: Atlatl Rock

Atlatl Rock is an intersection and map for these nomadic tribes traveling with the seasons. These rocks showed hunting grounds, maps of water, wildlife they would encounter, and also land marked sacred ceremonial locations. They did not have a written language so they etched into the varnish on the side of these canyons to help keep a record and pass along the History to the next generation.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At:

Seven Sisters is a group of seven tall brightly colored eroded boulders lined up in a row. The natives had named these sandstone columns a land mark in their nomadic travels. We stop here for lunch and beverages.

Duration: 15 minutes
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