The night begins at the trail head, next to the hoover dam. We ready ourselves with our headlamps, load our packs, and begin our decent into the canyon. The hike is 6 miles long, with a variety of challenging, yet enjoyable obstacles that all ages can attempt. Guests will have to ascend/descend ropes, scale rocks, and marvel at the honed canyon walls. But the best part, are the hot springs. About 3/4 of the way down there our some beautiful springs the guests can hop in as a reward for the long hike in. If guests do not desire to get in these pools we will push onward towards the end of our hike, the Colorado river. It is as majestic as it is crucial to the existence of our fair city. From power, and our main water source this river has literally shaped the surrounding lands making even a barren desert, rich with life. After a much needed rest we will begin the ascent back up the canyon. This hike usually takes 3.5 - 5 hours based off the pace of the hikers.
I am a true patron of the outdoor arts around my city, Las Vegas. I am a true local, born and raised, a quintessential desert dweller. My passion is showing that there is so much more to see than just the neon lights of the Strip and if you have an adventurous soul, than I have just the thing to satisfy it. I have been hiking these areas since I was a young boy, camping, fishing, hiking. You name it I have done it. I have taken many traveler's through this beautiful landscape and now I am ready to cater to Airbnb's demographic.
The hot springs are a local gem. This canyon is a popular hike among the local community but many tourists overlook this spot due to the lack of prominent information. This perspective of the Colorado river is truly unique because this is where the water is most clear, at the base of the dam.
Soak in a hot spring under the stars