5 Tips for Hiking in the Vegas Desert

5 Tips for Hiking in the Vegas Desert

It’s not for the faint of heart.

Alexis Chateau PR

In 5 Must-See Attractions in Vegas, we mentioned the trials we faced hiking Red Rock Canyon. In spite of this, we tackled Lone Mountain the very next day.

What did we learn on these two hiking trips? Let’s just say that hiking in the Vegas desert is not for novices. The risks include dehydration, lethal falls, twisted ankles, cacti, and rattlesnakes.

But once you do it, you’ll realize the risks are all worth it, if you stay safe. So how do you stay safe in the Vegas desert? Here are five tips to ensure you make it out alive.

1. Check the Trail Maps

2 Lone Mountain Vegas.jpg View from Part Way Up Lone Mountain

We’ve gone hiking in Georgia, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Iowa, South Carolina, New York, and now Nevada. On all trails we’ve visited, the trails are clearly marked, and usually color coded. In Vegas, may the force be with you.

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5 Must-See Attractions in Vegas

5 Must-See Attractions in Vegas

We had a blast hanging out with our Junior Editor in Vegas.

Alexis Chateau PR

In late November of 2016, we struck a partnership deal with an indie travel service. We then kicked off 2017 by preparing for the launch of our very own in-house travel agency.

We then scheduled beta testing of our travel services for January 28, 2017. On January 27, 2017, the first travel ban was signed into effect. By February, a second had followed. These events compelled us to postpone all travel-related plans at the firm.

However, after closely monitoring the sociopolitical landscape for two months, we decided to resume beta testing of our domestic travel services.

For our flagship test trip, we sent Founder & Managing Director, Alexis Chateau, to Vegas for a 5-day trip. She later returned with a full report on the must-see attractions in Las Vegas. Here are our top five from that list.

Bellagio

Las Vegas is a pricey city, but you can keep travel costs low if you know…

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