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Nevada Route 169

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Avoid the jam-packed streets on the Strip, and see Las Vegas from a different vantage point by taking to the air on a nighttime helicopter tour. Book this popular experience ahead of time to secure the day and time you’d like to soar above Sin City. Hotel pickup and drop-off by Mercedes Sprinter is included (if option selected).
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Paul S wrote a review Jan 2020
Marion1,567 contributions1,117 helpful votes
Route 169 runs from the truck stop/casino at I 15 exit 75 over to and through the Valley of Fire State Park to hwy 169. It is a spectacular drive, especially when the paved road dips over the edge of an escarpment and winds down to the western entrance and fee station (if unmanned, pay at the visitor center or you will get a ticket) for the park, but don't just drive through. Take the time to see all the sights in the park, including Arch and Atlatl Rocks, the road out to the Fire Wave area, the visitor center, and Elephant (originally called Mosquito) Arch. Decide for yourself which it looks most like. Complete the day by taking hwy 169 back by way of the Lake Mead national recreation area (entrance fee) and on to Henderson. There are twists and turns but the road is paved and wide and the grades are gradual so it is not a problem for bigger rigs or towed vehicles to handle. Also, the visitor center lot has pull through spaces and most pullovers are long enough to accomodate all vehicles.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Chipperhigh2 wrote a review Jan 2018
Okemos, Michigan3,855 contributions632 helpful votes
Nevada Route 169 run through Valley of Fire State Park. It is nothing but beautiful scenery continuously. There are lots of pull overs and parking areas where you can get out and take pictures or hike. If traveling I-15 drive over to and then drive Nevada Route 169.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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