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Grapevine Canyon

Grapevine Canyon, located within Spirit Mountain, is one of the earliest and largest petroglyph sites in Southern Nevada. Just a 50-minute drive, Grapevine Canyon makes for a perfect day trip from Kingman. It is located just across the Colorado River outisde Laughlin, NV. This is a sacred site to the Yuman- and Numic-speaking tribes indigenous to the area, including the: Mojave, Hualapai, Yavapai, Havasupai, Quechan, Pai pai, Maricopa, Chemehuevi, and Southern Paiute. 

Follow the short trail to the canyon entrance, which is where you can see all the petroglyphs. While visiting, please do not climb on any of the rocks or panels. Even touching petroglyphs can cause irreversible damage. Be respectful, and when you leave this sacred place, take only your memories with you. 

To reach Grapevine Canyon, you need to head west from Laughlin, NV on Hwy 163 for approximately 5 miles. On the Northside of the highway, you will see a turn-off for the Christmas Tree Pass. Take that turn and head North on the Christmas Tree Pass Road for about 2 miles until you come across a left turn into Grapevine Canyon, which has a sign posted. The parking area and trailhead is about 1/4 mile away from the Christmas Tree Pass Road. From there, you need to walk approximately 1/4 mile up the dry river bed to reach the canyon. Both Christmas Tree Pass and Grapevine Canyon Road are graded dirt roads, which are passable for any vehicle.

Attraction Category
Historic Sites / Museums Trails

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