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  • Las Vegas: Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam & 7 Magic Mountains Tour

    1. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam & 7 Magic Mountains Tour

    This small-group tour starts early with a 7:00 AM departure. You'll make a quick bonus stop at the Welcome to Las Vegas sign to get an iconic photo. Then, your tour guide will drive you out of Las Vegas and into the Mojave desert.

    In the middle of the desert is one of the area's hottest attractions: Seven Magic Mountains. Take a walk through the colorful art installations and strike your best pose for a memorable photo. From here you will travel through historic Boulder City on the way to the Hoover Dam. Climb up to the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge Walkway for a sweeping view of the front of the Hoover Dam.

    Enjoy a snack as your tour guide takes you up to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. You will have 4 hours to explore famous points like Eagle Point and Guano Point. If you'd like, you can add a thrilling walk on the Skywalk.

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    Kevin was a great tour guide!! The trip was very informative and had wonderful views!! Kevin knew a ton of facts about the surrounding area on the way to and back from the Grand Canyon! Would definitely recommend to anyone!!

  • Las Vegas: Red Rock Canyon and Seven Magic Mountains Trip

    2. Las Vegas: Red Rock Canyon and Seven Magic Mountains Trip

    The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area in Clark County, Nevada, is about 15 miles west of Las Vegas (pickup starts from 7 AM), and is easily seen from the Las Vegas Strip. The conservation area showcases a set of large red rock formations, a collection of sandstone peaks and walls called the Keystone Thrust. The walls are up to 3,000-feet high, making them a popular hiking and rock-climbing destination. The highest point in the park is La Madre Mountain at 8,154 feet. A 13-mile loop road provides vehicle access to many of the area's interesting features, while the side roads bring visitors to many of the area's trails. A visitor center marks the start of the loop road, which also contains a popular route for bikers, beginning with a moderate climb and then continuing downhill or on flat terrain. Red Rock Canyon is a side-canyon accessible only by an unmaintained off-road from th...

    A fun trip with a small group! Our guide was humorous and very knowledgeable about the sights- thank you! :)

  • Las Vegas: Red Rock Canyon Sunset Tour

    3. Las Vegas: Red Rock Canyon Sunset Tour

    Join a small group tour to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and take in the Seven Magic Mountains as an optional extra. Meet your experienced tour guide at your hotel on Las Vegas Boulevard. Climb aboard the air-conditioned van to start your trip to Red Rock Canyon. Follow the 13-mile Red Rock Canyon Scenic Route, stopping at the most beautiful viewpoints inside the nearly 200,000-acre National Conservation Area. Admire a series of colorful sandstone formations that sit beneath an older limestone backdrop, providing ideal photo opportunities. Some stops include a gentle hike to visit ancient petroglyphs, while others are great for photos and sightseeing. Right before the sun sets, take a short, easy hike to the peak of Pine Creek Canyon, overlooking Red Rock Canyon and the mountains. Witness firsthand the artwork of Mother Nature as the sky changes color from blue to fiery r...

    Lorenzo was the best. Very informative and a great photographer. Also a true gentleman that was a pleasure to talk to. Great tour with beautiful picturesque scenery. Wear good, comfortable sneakers. You're gonna need them!!

  • Las Vegas: Hoover Dam and Seven Magic Mountains Tour

    4. Las Vegas: Hoover Dam and Seven Magic Mountains Tour

    See the top attractions around Las Vegas on a half-day trip with a guide, including the Las Vegas sign, Hoover Dam, and Seven Magic Mountains. Meet your guide at Luxor North Entrance and climb aboard the air-conditioned van to start your tour. Head straight over to the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign to beat the crowds for an early morning photo shoot. Next, drive into the middle of the Mojave Desert to admire the hottest art in town, Seven Magic Mountains. Then, enjoy the views as you drive through Boulder City and on to the Hoover Dam. Walk out onto the Mike O'Callahan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, the second-highest bridge in the United States. Take in the full view of the Hoover Dam. Follow your tour guide on a guided walk across the top of the Hoover Dam, and peer down the face of what once was the tallest dam in the world.

  • Las Vegas: Seven Magic Mountains and Las Vegas Sign Tour

    5. Las Vegas: Seven Magic Mountains and Las Vegas Sign Tour

    Take in the Seven Magic Mountains and the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign on a guided tour. Meet your guide at your hotel. Climb aboard the van to be taken straight to your first stop. Admire internationally renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone’s Seven Magic Mountains. Marvel at the colors of the giant rocks that make up this site-specific art installation. Take in the surrounding desert views and plants. Next, head to your second stop, the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign. Take amazing pictures of this Las Vegas landmark. Enjoy views of the casinos on the drive back to your hotel along Las Vegas Boulevard.

    The whole experience was great. I had a wonderful time. The guide was super helpful and friendly. He made my journey towards seven magic mountains amazing by giving excellent details about that place. He also took my photos as I was alone traveling to Las Vegas and it was really helpful to get someone to take photos while visiting the Las Vegas sign and seven magic mountains. He also picked me up from the pickup location and drop off at my preferable location. Everything went beautifully. If you want to have a nice time far away from the city's noise, it is the best to place to go in las vegas I think.

  • Las Vegas: Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon Day Trip

    6. Las Vegas: Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon Day Trip

    First stop is the Valley of Fire state park. See the famous Atlatl Rock, Elephant Rock and Rainbow Vista before you venture into the petrified sand dunes of Fire Canyon. Here, you will have the option to hike the Mouse's tank Trail (0.75-mile roundtrip). Keep your eyes peeled for Native American petroglyphs and learn about the many Native American cultures who made the Valley of Fire their home as your guide leads you through the hike. After your hike, enjoy a 13-mile scenic drive deeper into the Mojave Desert to Red Rock Canyon. Enjoy views of the 65-million-year-old Wilson Cliffs and Keystone Thrust before arriving at the Canyon where you will have some time to explore the area.

    Anthony was our guide, he was very efficient and helpful. A long day but we’ll worth it. This was my 3rd activity with Co-exist and I have nothing but praise for all 3, start to finish!!

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What people are saying about Seven Magic Mountains

The whole experience was great. I had a wonderful time. The guide was super helpful and friendly. He made my journey towards seven magic mountains amazing by giving excellent details about that place. He also took my photos as I was alone traveling to Las Vegas and it was really helpful to get someone to take photos while visiting the Las Vegas sign and seven magic mountains. He also picked me up from the pickup location and drop off at my preferable location. Everything went beautifully. If you want to have a nice time far away from the city's noise, it is the best to place to go in las vegas I think.

Booking the excursion was very easy through the website. Our tour guide, Denny, showed up at our hotel right on time in a very comfortable van. Denny was very knowledgeable about all of pertinent facts surrounding the historical elements of the sites that were visited. He knew the best places to get great photos and even offered to take pictures of my wife and I at the different sites that we visited.

Love love the trip!! Tour guide was on time picking us up, he was gracious and attentive, right away offered us water and there were snack at the our seat. He was knowledgeable and took amazing pictures of us. Unfortunately, I don’t remember his name, only that he was from Brazil. Recommend this trip 100%.

Kevin was a great tour guide!! The trip was very informative and had wonderful views!! Kevin knew a ton of facts about the surrounding area on the way to and back from the Grand Canyon! Would definitely recommend to anyone!!

Wonderful experience,good guide very good thank you