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Las Vegas: Hoover Dam and Seven Magic Mountains Tour

1. 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. Step out of your Las Vegas hotel 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.

VIP Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam & 7 Magic Mountains Tour

2. VIP 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 exclusive access to the park, your tour guide will drive you inside to explore famous points like Eagle Point and Guano Point. If you'd like, you can add a thrilling walk on the Skywalk. All in all, this is a day trip you won't want to miss.

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 red to a soft orange and pink. Finally, climb back in the van to head back to your hotel. If you choose the Seven Magic Mountains option, you will head straight to admire the art installation by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone after pickup from your hotel. Marvel at the garishly painted boulder stacks and take some fantastic photos before heading to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for the tour.

Las Vegas: Valley of Fire and Seven Magic Mountains

4. Las Vegas: Valley of Fire and Seven Magic Mountains

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.

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What people are saying about Seven Magic Mountains

The natural wonders that lie so close to Vegas and are overlooked by so many are truly amazing. I could spend 2 weeks in this park (valley of fire and red rocks) and still not come close to seeing everything. Our guide Sergio was extremely knowledgeable and friendly, I felt like That has known him my whole life. I highly recommend this tour. Truly awe-inspiring.

Louise was very knowledgeable about our trip. Any questions he answered without hesitation. Kept us hydrated all the time and was a willing helper on and off the bus. He also packed some extra little stops for us. An excellent experience and would recommend to friends and family.

This tour is a great way to see the Vegas sign, Seven Magic Mountains and the Hoover Dam. It was the perfect amount of time not too long and not rushed and at a great price!

Such a fun trip full of information from our guide Thomas. So glad we did a full day trip to see everything in one day. We had a blast!! Would highly recommend:)

Great views, Jay was an excellent Tour Guide. Great pics and wonderful memories!