Do you think the only thing to do in Las Vegas is a gamble? Hiking locations near Las Vegas include Red Rock, Mount Charleston, Lake Mead, and the Eastern Sierra.
Red Rock: Red Rock lies 20 miles west of Las Vegas. The hiking routes variety in between 1-12 miles and can accommodate hikers of any ability level. Camping currently costs $5 per car and truck and $20 for a yearly pass.
Lake Mead: 20 miles east of Las Vegas, Lake Mead is an easy hiking trail. Generally 10 degrees warmer than Las Vegas. You can consider hiking Lake Mead during the winter months. There are warm springs and captivating rock developments to appreciate while hiking around Lake Mead. The hiking trails are 1-15 miles long. Currently, it costs $5 for specific hikes.
Mount Charleston: Located 35 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Mt.Charleston has summer season temperatures that are nearly 30 degrees cooler than Las Vegas.
Eastern Sierra: The Eastern Sierra mountain is a 3.5-hour drive from Las Vegas. When you experience the lots of peaks it has to provide, it is worth the drive. The most significant peak is Mt. Whitney which stands at 14,494 feet. T