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Grapevine Canyon, Laughlin

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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. By using our Laughlin road trip site, you can arrange your visit to Grapevine Canyon and other attractions in Laughlin.
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  • Beautiful, nice and easy walk! I've got a handicapped placard and a bad back and was able to move around comfortably. There is a bathroom on site, but it isn't the best and best used only in a pinch.....  more
    Beautiful, nice and easy walk! I've got a handicapped placard and a bad back and was able to move around comfortably. There is a bathroom on site, but it isn't the best and best used only in a pinch.....  more »
  • This is a must see if you are into pictographs. The drive in is only a couple of miles down a well marked and maintained dirt road. Then the walk in is in a sandy wash about 1/4 mile and there you.....  more
    This is a must see if you are into pictographs. The drive in is only a couple of miles down a well marked and maintained dirt road. Then the walk in is in a sandy wash about 1/4 mile and there you.....  more »
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  • Grapevine Canyon is a nice place to go hike. About only a quarter mile from the trail head is a large grouping of petroglyphs on the rocks to the entrance to the canyon. The canyon is a little challenging to hike with some rock scrambling and multiple paths that are overgrown from the various foliage on the trail, with no real reward to view by hiking the trail.
  • Excellent. Close to Laughlin, the road is dirt but well maintained. The hike is in soft sand and gravel but easy to walk. I'm on crutches and had no problems. Well worth the easy hike. The petroglyphs are easy to see from the canyon floor and if you hike the two inclines, you get a close up of the writings. Perfect way to spend a few hours peering into the past and escape the casino chaos

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