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045 - Valley of Fire, Nevada (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on Valley of Fire, Nevada
 
Some of the most remote, desolate, and fascinating desert landscapes can be found only an hour's drive northeast of Las Vegas in the Valley of Fire State Park. With maps and photos, this newsletter leads you to petroglyphs, petrified logs, strangely-eroded formations, and panoramic compositions. There are lots of trails, I point out the best, and some 4x4 roads that are worth exploring. Check out the Buffington Pockets along the Bitter Spring Trail and a great sunset spot near White Domes. For a terrific sunrise location visit Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, about 20 miles north of Vegas. Start at the Visitor Center and drive the thirteen-mile one-way loop road.
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Printed Issue, sent via USPS
Updated - January 2010
Some of the most remote, desolate, and fascinating desert landscapes are found an hour's drive northeast of Las Vegas in the Valley of Fire State Park. This newsletter leads you to petroglyphs, petrified logs, strangely-eroded formations, and panoramic compositions.
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Locations
  • Atlatl Rock
  • Beehives
  • Bitter Spring Road
  • Bitter Spring Valley
  • Buffington Pockets
  • Duck Rock
  • Echo Bay Marina
  • Elephant Rock
  • Fire Canyon Viewpoint
  • Moapa indian Reservation
  • Mouse's Tank
  • Muddy Mountains
  • Petroglyph Canyon
  • Rainbow Vista
  • Red Rock Canyon
  • Silica Dome
  • White Basin
  • White Domes
  • Willow Springs Canyon
  • Wilson Cliffs