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Arizona Hot Springs, Las Vegas

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Hot Spring · Hidden Gem · Hiking Trail
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  • This is one of the best "undeveloped" natural attractions in the area ... It's a relatively easy 3 miles hike from a parking lot through some beautiful western scenery, then there is a cascade of... 
    This is one of the best "undeveloped" natural attractions in the area ... It's a relatively easy 3 miles hike from a parking lot through some beautiful western scenery, then there is a cascade of...  more »
  • We went counterclockwise and it was shorter and hard. Coming back we went on the white canyon trail. Stunning views of the Colorado river and pretty canyon. Beautiful rock formations. Wear strong... 
    We went counterclockwise and it was shorter and hard. Coming back we went on the white canyon trail. Stunning views of the Colorado river and pretty canyon. Beautiful rock formations. Wear strong...  more »
  • Very scenic and challenging hike. The scenery is beautiful, hot spring was intriguing, and the Colorado River beautiful. If you are doing the loop it is very helpful to have GPS map of the trail... 
    Very scenic and challenging hike. The scenery is beautiful, hot spring was intriguing, and the Colorado River beautiful. If you are doing the loop it is very helpful to have GPS map of the trail...  more »
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  • My son and I did this hike Thanksgiving weekend and it was packed. A great hike with gorgeous views and hot springs at the bottom. 6mi in an hour and a half. The only negative was there is no restrooms so keep that in mind before arriving.
  • Awesome hike and highly recommend it to anyone! It took me about 3.5 hours to hike the complete trail not counting the time I spent in the hot springs. Don’t attempt this hike in the summer, it gets way too hot in the canyon and you could get injured. It’s about six miles round trip. Get to the parking lot early!
  • When I went I really enjoyed it back in May for mothers day. But I did get a heat stroke during this hike other then that I loved the hot springs and the nature. But bring lots of water and take breaks and as many as you need I learned my lesson
  • It would be gorgeous hike, but this Monday, 3/22/21 when we had arrived at the hot pools, all pools were broken and no water in them. There was one bigger muddy puddle with like 10 people in it. Sandbags were all over the place. I do not know what happened there, but it was kinda bummer for me as I wanted to go this hike so much. Also I am writing this for everyone to be aware it may take some time to repair those pools in the canyon....
  • This trail is definitely more difficult than "moderate". I wouldn't say it was super difficult, but it wasn't easy. My husband and I took the trail off the left first down to the hot springs. It wasn't marked very well, and we kept confusing the trail for the wash. luckily, they mostly go to roughly the same area. In the hot springs themselves, we came upon the top pool first (I brought water shoes and switched to them at this point, and was very grateful I did) the top pool was very very hot! But as you get the the lower pools they cool down. And we stayed and soaked a while. Going down the ladder, I was terrified. It looks sketchy, and the rungs are slippery. I would have preferred to go up that ladder instead. finding the trail after the springs was tricky and not clearly marked. When we did find it, it was a scramble that I mostly made doing a spider crawl keeping 3 points of contact at all times. Then we hiked back up to the parking lot. It was a steady incline, but it was all gravel, your feet, ankles, and calves will kill. The entire hike, with soaking time, pictures, and breaks included, took us about 5 hours. Overall, the hike was beautiful, loved the hot springs, will be back again but maybe take the reverse of what we did this time, and definitely bring more water. Glad we packed a dry bag and had swim things to get wet in, sunscreen, dry shoes and wet shoes, and granola bars. Please pack out what you pack in, seeing some garbage and graffiti was a little sad.

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