Las Vegas Outback ATV Adventure
Price $199.00 per person!
This tour takes place on the north side of the Valley of Fire about 1 hour from Las Vegas. The area is a scenic wonderland with towering, fiery red rock formations and sandstone cliffs.
You will be given a brief Safety/Operations Orientation at the start of the tour then instructed to ride in a circular area enabling the guides to assess your driving ability. (Participants must be 16 years old to drive their own ATV with parental permission.) Anyone judged not able to drive will be taken as a passenger on an ATV and will ride with our guide.
The 28 mile trail (approximately) covers many different types of terrain such as gravel, packed dirt, sand and more. While traveling you will see incredible rock formations and many times see desert wildlife. The desert plant life consists mainly of many cacti varieties that are especially beautiful during the spring bloom.
The tour will take you where popular movies like Star Trek was once filmed, overlooks of the Moapa Valley with Lake Mead in the distance and an up close viewing of Native American Petroglyph.
The tour is perfect for beginners, intermediate and advanced riders. There is one guide for every six people with each person being placed in the same skill level group within the larger tour group. This tour is to have fun, stay safe and travel at a pace that will impart to the tour participants the unique beauty of the great Southwest!
All riders must be at least 16 years old. Riders under 18 must have a parent sign a waiver. Riders under 16 will be a passenger on an ATV with guide.
- Courtesy premium courtesy pick-up and drop off. If you are not picked up within five minutes of your pick-up time, do not wait. Please CALL US IMMEDIATELY
- 2.5 hours ATV ride
- Bottled Water
- Helmet, goggles and gloves will be provided
- ATVs used are Polaris 325 automatic Trail Boss
$199.00 per person (Children must be 16 years old to operate an ATV.)
- Tour Times: 8:15 AM
- Tour Length: Approximately 6.5 hours
Pants or shorts with closed toed shoes and a coat or jacket in the cooler months. (Please no sandals or open toed shoes.)
- Service dogs may travel with the correct and current paperwork.
- Small oxygen tanks are permitted.