Hike the Grapevine Canyon Trail

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Distance

3.6 Miles

Elevation Gain

469 Feet

Activities

Running, Hiking, Fitness

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Type

Out-and-Back

Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Scenic
Waterfall

The Grapevine Canyon Trail is a 3.6 mile out and back hike in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

The hike features a waterfall and historical petroglyphs. The hike rewards you with a stunning view of the Colorado River Valley and three waterfalls. The trail is named after the scenic grapevines that stretch along canyon walls.

The waterfalls are seasonal only, and may not be running in the late spring, summer or fall. When the water is running, the third waterfall features natural baths that are a great swimming hole. Dogs are allowed on the trail. 

Photos: Ken Lund and Matt High

Community Photos

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

Nearby Lodging

From $25/night

Zen Canyon Ranch

Kingman, Arizona

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Distance

3.6 Miles

Elevation Gain

469 Feet

Activities

Running, Hiking, Fitness

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Type

Out-and-Back

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