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0.78 miles

Elevation Gain

33 ft

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Hualapai Canyon Trail in Las Vegas, Nevada is a moderately challenging hiking trail that spans approximately 0.78 miles. The trail is known for its unique rock formations and the Hualapai Wash, a dry riverbed that hikers cross multiple times. The trail's elevation gain is around 33 feet, making it a good choice for intermediate hikers. The trail starts in a residential area and gradually ascends into the canyon. The first half of the hike is relatively flat, but the second half becomes steeper with loose gravel and rocks. Hikers should wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for uneven terrain. One of the highlights of the trail is the "Hualapai Wall," a large, vertical rock formation that is a popular spot for photography. The trail also offers views of the Las Vegas Valley and the Spring Mountains. Despite its proximity to the city, the trail is typically quiet and less crowded than other local trails. Hikers should bring plenty of water, as there are no facilities or water sources along the trail. The best time to hike is in the cooler months, as the trail offers little shade. The trail is dog-friendly, but pets must be kept on a leash.
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