Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area - Road Biking

road biking

Riding a bicycle is a great way to enjoy the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. State Route 159 and the 13-Mile Scenic Drive can provide an excellent workout and an opportunity to view Red Rock Canyon’s sights from a whole new perspective.   

Road bicycles are allowed on all paved or unpaved roads and two-tracks; however no bikes are permitted on any trails on the 13-Mile Scenic Drive.  
 
All bikes are obligated to follow motor vehicle road regulations on the scenic drive and highway; particularly those laws relating to one-way travel on the scenic drive, riding abreast, and slow traffic keep right.

  

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