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Valley of Fire Loop Via I-15 and Hwy 167, Nevada

Distance: 166.5 Km / 103.8 Mi Duration: 02:08:09

Valley of Fire Road

Valley of Fire Road

About 50 miles northwest of Las Vegas, the Valley of Fire State Park offers incredible motorcycle roads through 42,000 acres of stunning red sandstone formations and along sand dunes dating back 150 million years. The Valley of Fire is the oldest state park in Nevada and owes its name to the rocks that appear to be on fire when reflecting the sun's rays.

Rock Formations at Valley of Fire

Rock Formations at Valley of Fire

Start in North Las Vegas at the junction of I-15 and the Bruce Woodbury Beltway. Head east onto I-15 towards Valley-Fire State Park and just right in the middle of it you'll be riding a nice little set of twisties for around 12 miles combined with amazing scenery in the valley.

Twisty Valley of Fire, Nevada

Twisty Valley of Fire, Nevada

The Valley of Fire is famous for its 3,000 years-old Indian petroglyphs and many areas of petrified wood, making the valley a great spot to camp and hike around.

Camping at Valley of Fire

Camping at Valley of Fire

Sunrise at Valley of Fire

Sunrise at Valley of Fire

When you're in the park continue onto Highway 167 for some nice views of Lake Mead. Keep going westbound towards Henderson to the end of the route. As far as road condition goes, Interstate 15 is in quite good condition but you'll encounter a few bumps on Hwy 167. Enjoy the ride! EatSleepRIDE.

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marina

116 months ago

Absolutely gorgeous motorcycle ride