Seven Magic Mountains Las Vegas Tours
Taking one of the available Seven magic mountains tours from Las Vegas is a great way to relax and unwind! Here you get to gaze at the incredible colorful art installation created by Swiss-born artist Ugo Rondinone which features seven towers of stacked boulders painted in brilliant colors towering into the sky some 30-feet and can weigh up to 25-tons.
Hoover and Seven Magic Mountains tour
A great way to visit a couple of iconic Las Vegas attractions that gets you out of Sin City for a while is to try the Hoover Dam and Seven Magic Mountains Small Group Combo Tour. Your 4-hour sightseeing Seven Magic Mountains Las Vegas Tours begins with a hotel pick-up where you're transported along with a small group through the stunning Mojave Desert landscape to your first stop at Seven Magic Mountains. From here you’re driven to your next stop at Hemmingway Park which overlooks Lake Mead where you might be able to see some Desert Bighorn Sheep, then you're off to the Mike OCallaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge where you’re treated to huge views of Hoover Dam and the mighty Colorado River. After driving across the Hoover Dam for more photos and your final stop is back at your Las Vegas hotel.
California desert, Seven Magic Mountains and Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign
Take a stunning Las Vegas tour to two of the most iconic landmarks in Sin City when you decide to try the California Desert, Seven Magic Mountains, and Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign Tour. Your 2-hour Seven Magic Mountains Las Vegas Tour starts with hotel pick-up where you are taken through the vast landscape of the Mojave Desert until you reach the Seven Magic Mountains. Once at artwork created by Swiss-born Ugo Rondinone, you will be amazed at the stark contrast the seven pillars of towering boulders have against the desert landscape. The brightly painted boulder towers are fashioned after totem poles making for great photos to keep as memories as you gaze at them jettisoning into the sky 30-feet with Jean Dry Lake in the background. From here your next stop is the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign which is a must see landmark for everyone traveling to Sin City. After some more photos you’re transported back to your Las Vegas hotel.
Couples Guided Tour to Seven Magic Mountains on a CanAm Ryker Trike
Want to take a unique excursion across the Mojave Desert, then book the Couples Guided Tour to Seven Magic Mountains on a CanAm Ryker Trike Tour. Your 3-hour Seven Magic Mountains Las Vegas Tour begins when you meet your guide and get outfitted with your CanAm Ryker Trike and custom bluetooth helmet. After learning how to navigate this splendid vehicle you take off with your personal guide across the Mojave Desert until you reach the Seven Magic Mountains. Here you gaze upon the tremendous artwork of Swiss-born artist Ugo Rondinone, the colorfully painted stacked boulders as they protrude into the sky with the Mojave Desert serving as a backdrop. Now, you start driving again until you reach the iconic Welcome to Las Vegas Sign designed by Betty Willis in 1959 for memorable photos. The third stop on your journey is at Pioneer Saloon, which is the oldest continually opened watering hole in Southern Nevada since 1913 and has been featured in numerous movies and television shows. After a quick drink you end your excursion by driving back to your starting point.
Valley of Fire and Seven Magic Mountains Day Tour
One of the best ways to get out of Sin City for a day while enjoying nature and stellar artwork is to try the Valley of Fire and Seven Magic Mountains tour from Las Vegas. Your 8-adventure starts with hotel pick-up where you’re transported to your first stop at the Valley of Fire State Park. The state park is simply stunning with glowing red Aztec sandstone carved by nature’s forces. Once inside the park you make stops at some iconic spots such as Rainbow Vista, Elephant Rock, the Cabins, and you’ll take a couple of short hikes to view two more private locations within the park that offer stunning scenery and perhaps some native wildlife like wild burros or Desert Bighorn Sheep. From here you travel to the mystical Seven Magic Mountains created by Swiss-born artist Ugo Rondinone. The seven totem pole-style sculptures are amazing as the intensely painted boulders reach up to 35-feet into the desert skies. After gazing and taking some photos, you’re then driven back to your Las Vegas hotel.
Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and 7 Magic Mountains
A nice sightseeing adventure for you to book that takes you out of Sin City and to three must see locations in or around Las Vegas is the Small Group Hoover Dam Walk On Top Tour with Seven Magic Mountains. Your 5-hour Seven Magic Mountains Las Vegas Tour starts with hotel pick-up and a quick stop at the historic Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign created by Betty Willis in 1959. After a few photos you take off to the colorful Seven Magic Mountains created by Swiss-born artist Ugo Rondinone. Here you are stunned by the amazing contrast of seven totemic sculptures of brilliantly painted stacked boulders that weigh up to 25-tons and jettison into the sky for 35-feet with the picturesque Mojave Desert as a backdrop. The last stop on the excursion is the engineering marvel of Hoover Dam. Once here you have the opportunity to walk on top of this mammoth structure constructed during the Depression Years which affords you views of the mighty Colorado River and Black Canyon. After some more photos you’re taken back to your hotel.
Seven Magic Mountain, Nelson Ghost Town, Boulder City, Lake Mead
A perfect Las Vegas tour for you to try that has you viewing beautiful natural landscapes, engineering marvels, and superb artwork is the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and Seven Magic Mountain Small Group Tour from Las Vegas. Your 12-hour sightseeing extravaganza begins with hotel pick-up where you’re first stop if the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign for quick photos. Now you head off to the colorful Seven Magic Mountains. From here you stop at the Hoover Dam for an hour which allows for plenty of time to enjoy the surrounding scenery from atop of the dam. After a drive through the desert landscape along the famous Route 66, you arrive at the West rim of Grand Canyon National Park where you have four hours to explore intriguing places like Guano Point or Eagle Point as you gaze up one of the world's seven natural wonders. Your excellent day of exploring concludes with drop-off service at your hotel.