Date & Time:

Thursday 07/11/2024
6:00 pm-8:00 pm

Organizer:

Bureau of Land Management

Location:

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Category

  • Evening
  • Family
  • Hiking


Event Details

How much of the natural world do we miss only hiking during the day? Just like us, many of the Mojave Desert’s inhabitants don’t like being out in the midday sun! Join a Bureau of Land Management ranger at the Icebox Canyon Trailhead for a two-hour guided hike to learn about the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area’s nocturnal inhabitants as the sun sets behind the Wilson Cliffs. Wildlife is not guaranteed, but the scenery is always spectacular.

This difficult hike will be approximately 2.2 miles (3.5 km) in length and gain about 450ft (137 m) of elevation. The trail is classified as strenuous and involves some rock-hopping and scrambling.

Interpretive programs at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area are a free public service. Advance registration at redrockcanyonlvprograms.timetap.com is required to attend this program. The Scenic Drive entry fee or valid America the Beautiful Pass will be required reaching the fee station.

When visiting Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, it is important to dress accordingly for the weather. It is recommended to wear sunscreen, appropriate footwear, bring a hat, sunglasses, and plenty of water. A comprehensive list of all Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Programs can be found at www.redrockcanyonlv.org. For questions about this program please call 702-515-5367.

Age limit: 9+ years old

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