What a wonderful excursion for the day. It is a dirt Road off of the main highway but it's flat and can be traveled with a small car. Very easy walk to the petroglyphs, which are right in front of you. No heavy climbing unless you have the urge to. You can walk down from the parking area to the... 更多
This is one of the few places left to go for free. It is a very short drive outside Laughlin, easy to get to. It is so peaceful there. Kids would also love it. Wear good walking shoes. The petroglyphs are easily visible from the trail, but you can also do some climbing. I was glad I brought my camera... 更多
We first visited the Canyon when we were staying in Bullhead City two years ago. It is awe inspiring, easily accessible and free admission. We returned as a refresher in local history and to enjoy the beauty of the terrain. It's an easy walk from the parking area, which has facilities, to the petroglyphs. It's well worth the trip.
My family has been traveling to Laughlin for over 20 years and we never knew about this site. Heck, even most locals didn't realize this site existed. It truly is a gem of a spot in the middle of the desert. We even enjoyed the short drive along Christmas Tree Pass to get to the parking area - mind you... 更多
I am surprised that this was listed as #6 of Things to Do in Laughlin. Its a pretty flat hike, to see ancient sacred spiritual grounds. Petroglyphs are easy to see in plain sight. Climb up the rocks, and you will see carvings from at least 800 years ago! We went just before Christmas, and it was overcast, so we... 更多
Great little trail with lots to see. Thousands of Petroglyphs, very little water. We hiked during November because it is extremely hot during the summer. We will be going back during the spring to see the grapevines all greened up.
A sign on Route 163 north of Laughlin for Christmas Tree Pass is your window to a really stellar array of rock art. Short walk (not wheelchair friendly) from a parking area (with a bathroom) leads to a tumble of boulders and cliffs; every corner you turn reveals more art. Most of the petroglyphs are geometric, but there are some... 更多
I'm no expert but I've seen my fair share of petroglyphs hiking in the Southwest and Grapevine Canyon is by far the most bang for the buck. First, its super easy to get to - less than 5 miles outside of Laughlin - paved until the last couple miles, well marked. Second, the trail is pretty much flat straight to... 更多
My wife and I visited here on 10/17/16 with our dog. Enter via road to Christmas Tree Pass, go NW about 2 miles and turn into Grapevine Canyon parking area. Short hike into a small canyon with lots of petroglyphs on both sides of the dry wash. We've been traveling 9 yrs now and have never seen this many petroglyphs... 更多