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Grapevine Canyon, Laughlin

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Canyon · Nature / Park
Grapevine Canyon is located in the Bridge Canyon Wilderness Area and the Spirit Mountain Wilderness as well as partially being in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. The canyon also contains the Grapevine Canyon Petroglyphs. The canyon is accessible from Nevada State Route 163 which leads to Lower Grapevine Canyon Road.
While it was used by the Mohave people, the canyon which contains a natural spring may have served as a ritual location and for summer solstice observations.
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  • On our trip from Vegas to Laughlin, we could not find the road. Found it on the way back to Vegas. It’s a two mile drive on a washboard road, but our rental van handled it fine. Just drive slow...  more »
  • Did some hiking and a little climbing. Cool petroglyphs although we never saw the one in the picture. Nice quiet place  more »
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  • Food was good but when the waiter asks if you want more bread, you shouldn't be charged additional money. Seriously, bread is so inexpensive and nickel and diming people is a major turnoff.
  • 2 miles off NV Hwy 163 on a gravel road, toward Christmas Tree Pass, easy 1/4 mile or so (dog friendly) hike to Spirit Mountain to view petroglyphs. Amazing!

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