Getting up before dawn is TOTALLY worth it for hikes like this! We drove the 45 minutes north from Las Vegas, NV to get to Valley of Fire State Park. It was a great idea in July! We arrived at the park before 7:00am and were greeted by some 4-legged residents of the park. The bighorn sheep were very fun to watch and a great way to start our visit.
Our next stop is the parking lot at the Fire Wave Trailhead. The Fire wave is a Aztec Sandstone formation that looks like an ocean wave. It was a Beautiful way to start our day in the desert.
This wasn't the only hike we took in Valley of Fire State Park. You can see the rest of our visit below. It is a place we will certainly visit again.
Until next time, keep on trekking!
Kay and Matt enjoy hiking all over the USA. We have a YouTube Channel to video our adventures, this blog, and we are working on building an app to allow others to go on adventures too.
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