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Potential Approach in Canyon to Right Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada Southeastern Side of White Rock Mountain Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada Southeastern Tip of White Rock Mountain Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada Eastern Tip of White Rock Mountain. 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Close Up There are 100ft Vertical Cliffs Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada The Vertical Cliffs Make This a World Class Rock Climbing Destination Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada The Colors, Shapes and Bonsai-Like Plants Create a Photographer's Playground Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada Continuing on the Grand Circle Loop Toward a Petroglyph Area Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada The Flat Rock Face to the Right of the Tall Rock Made a Great Drawing Surface Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada Ancient Petroglyph Drawings Etched into the Sandstone Surface Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada Native Americans Etched Through Iron Oxidative Layer to Expose Lighter Rock Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada Curious About The Meaning of These Symbols? See the Dissertation on This Page Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada Exposure to the Elements is Eroding These Petroglyphs. Further Oxidation. 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El Bastardo and El Padre Behind | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Southwest Side of White Rock Mountain | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Dramatic Change in Vegetation at Southern Base of White Rock Mountain | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Navigating Southern Base of White Rock Mountain | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Southwest Side of White Rock Mountain | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada View Back Across the South Side of White Rock Mountain | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada White Rock Mountain Summit (left). Potential Approach in Canyon to Right. | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Southeastern Side of White Rock Mountain | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Southeastern Tip of White Rock Mountain | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Ascending to Upper White Rock Mountain Trailhead | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada You Won't See a Sign Saying Grand Circle Loop Continues Toward Lower Parking Area | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Cross Scenic Drive at Lower Parking Area, Turn Left to Continue on Loop | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Blue Diamond Hill at Southern End of Red Rock Canyon | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Continuing Toward Turtlehead Peak, Sandstone Quarry and Calico Hills | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Closing in on Sandstone Quarry Trailhead Area | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Colorful Jurassic Era Frozen Dunes at Sandstone Quarry Trailhead Area | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Popular Turtlehead Peak Trail and Calico Tanks Trail Begin at Sandstone Quarry | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada El Padre and La Madre Mountains on Keystone Thrust Cliffs. Southern Approach Between | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada 10-Ton Sandstone Blocks Quarried from the Hillside | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Area Where Block Were Quarried from 1905-1912 | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Descend Through Sandstone Quarry Parking, Left Turn to Calico Hills Trail | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada On Calico Hills Trail, Which is Continuation of Grand Circle Loop | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Now We're in the Fiery Aztec Red Frozen Dune Calico Hills | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Many Beehive Formations In the Calico Hills | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Red Coloring is from Iron Leaching up Through Sand Dunes Before They Froze | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada From a Distance the Calico Hills Look Small. Close Up There are 100ft Vertical Cliffs | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada The Vertical Cliffs Make This a World Class Rock Climbing Destination | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada The Colors, Shapes and Bonsai-Like Plants Create a Photographer's Playground | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Continuing on the Grand Circle Loop Toward a Petroglyph Area | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada The Flat Rock Face to the Right of the Tall Rock Made a Great Drawing Surface | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Ancient Petroglyph Drawings Etched into the Sandstone Surface | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Native Americans Etched Through Thin Iron Oxidative Layer to Expose Lighter Rock | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Curious About The Meaning of These Symbols? See the Dissertation on This Page | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Exposure to the Elements is Eroding These Petroglyphs | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Much of History is a Mystery | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada A Huge Area of This Slab Broke Off, Most Petroglyphs Here Lost | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada These Are So Very Different Than Valley of Fire and Petroglyph Canyon Drawings | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada More Views of the Calico Hills Below Calico Hills Pullout #2 on Scenic Drive | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Descending Beyond the Petroglyph Area | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Loop Trail Descends into the Lower Wash | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Blue Diamond Hill Coming Into View Along with Scenic Drive Pullout #2 and #1 | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Strange Sandstone Pillars Look Like a Rock Convention | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Looks Easy to Climb, Yet a Maze of Vertical Cliff Areas Below the Summit | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada View Back North Along the Calico Hills. | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Another Mystery: How Sandstone Sculptures Were Formed? | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Beautiful Scenes, Natural Art, Impossible to Repeat | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Descending into the Wash. Trail Becomes Sketchy. | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Missed a Turn Somewhere Around Here. Should Have Headed Up into the Hills | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Incredible Beehive Rock Art. Approaching Lower Calico Hills | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Scenic Drive Pullout #1 Looking North. Public Play Area vs. Pullout #2 for Rock Climbers | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Lower Calico Hills More Varied in Color. | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada High Point Above is Summit of Calico Basin Grand Staircase. | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Southern Tip of Calico Hills. Grand Circle Loop Crosses Scenic Drive Near Pullout #1 | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Heading Toward Visitor Center Starting Point | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Circular Area to Right is a Great Mini-Overview of Red Rock Canyon and Surroundings | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Three Trails from Visitor Center Offer Great Introduction to Red Rock Canyon | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada Back at "The Beast", Start and End of the Grand Circle Loop | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada

Overview | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

The Grand Circle Loop is a 11.3-mile trail that makes a grand circle of Red Rock Canyon. It’s great general overview of Red Rock Canyon and its surrounding wilderness areas. As you traverse the Grand Circle Loop you will see every major location in Red Rock Canyon. In addition, you will receive an immersive experience of the desert landscape along with developing important navigation skills in this environment. The Grand Circle Loop is a relatively safe introduction to Red Rock Canyon. The loop is well marked (except for 4 areas, which I will describe below). And, you’re never more than a half-mile from the well-traveled Red Rock Scenic Drive, so there are numerous exit points along the way. 

During this Grand Circle Loop overview of Red Rock Canyon, I will describe the major destinations in Red Rock Canyon and point out the surrounding wilderness areas, along with access routes to these areas, including:

And then, before you know it we’re back at the Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center, our starting point.

In addition, in the video, I describe my wilderness navigation strategy and gear for this type of terrain.

If you watch the video and take the Grand Circle Loop before visiting any of the destinations in Red Rock Canyon, you’ll have a big picture perspective along with how to travel light and stay safe as you go!

Trailhead Directions | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

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In short, you will take I-215 to the Charleston Blvd. Exit and head up Charleston Blvd. toward the mountains. You’re now on Hwy 159. After passing through the residential area, you will continue past the first turn-off on the right (Calico Basin) and take the second turn-off to the right which is Red Rock Canyon. Be sure to have a reservation if you will arrive at 8am or later.

The Grand Circle Loop Trailhead is located just to the left (West) of the Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center. You’ll need to park in the public parking area and then walk through the smaller employee and handicapped parking area. You’ll know when you have arrived at the trailhead because there is a large sign.

Route Description | Grand Circle Loop | Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

I take the loop in the clockwise direction. Traveling in this direction beginning at sunrise will result in every wilderness area you approach throughout your time on the Grand Circle Loop being brilliantly lit up by the sun.

4 Points Where You May Get Off-Track on the Grand Circle Loop

One downside of traveling in a clockwise direction is that it appears the directional signs on the Grand Circle Loop may be more clear in the counterclockwise direction. However, here are the four places you may get off track:

  1. White Rock Mountain Trailhead Area: There are two White Rock Mountain trailhead areas: Lower and Upper. The Grand Circle Loop arrives at the upper trailhead area. There is no sign or indication where to turn to stay on the loop. You just need to know to head down to the lower trailhead area and cross the Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive. On the opposite side of the scenic drive you will see the first sign that indicates you are on the Grand Circle Loop. So, you will have no signage for the Grand Circle Loop from your arrival at the upper trailhead to the point where you cross the Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive at the lower trailhead.
  2. Sandstone Quarry Trailhead Area: There is no signage for the Grand Circle Loop in the trailhead parking area. You need to know that taking a left onto the Calico Hills Trail at the lower end of the parking area is actually the continuation of the Grand Circle Loop Trail. Curiously, a couple thousand feet along the Calico Hills Trail, you’ll see the first sign reassuring you that you are still on The Grand Circle Loop.
  3. Lower Calico Hills Area: Once you descend into a wash in the lower Calico Hills area, the Grand Circle Loop signs disappear. There is a sign that indicates you need to head up into the Calico Hills to continue on the loop, but there is nothing that looks like a trail. Follow that sign. I didn’t. I descended back into the wash and so bypassed a small 2,000ft section of the Grand Circle Loop. I only realized my error when I saw the well-marked trail descending from the Calico Hills to the area below Calico Hills Pullout #1 on the Red Rock Canyon Scenic drive. 
  4. Calico Hills Pullout #1 on the Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive: You need to know to ascend to the parking area, then take a left downward along the scenic drive. There’s a good path, but it you won’t see any signage for The Grand Circle Loop between when you are in the wash at the base of the Calico Hills until you have reached the parking area, taken a right and preceded a hundred feet or so downward along the left side of the Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive. 

Knowing these 4 sketchy places along the Grand Circle Loop will enable you to successfully take the loop in a clockwise direction always facing brilliantly lit up scenery all along the loop. Otherwise, the Grand Circle Loop is very well signed, perhaps the best signed trail in Red Rock Canyon.

Destination Points Along the Grand Circle Loop

Now, a more detailed description of destination points in Red Rock Canyon and surrounding wilderness areas you will see from The Grand Circle Loop:

Rainbow Mountain Wilderness

Those brightly colored mountains along the West side of Red Rock Canyon actually form their own unique wilderness area: The Rainbow Mountain Wilderness. These Jurassic Era frozen sand dunes are calico colored. The reds are formed from iron leaching up from the soil while they were still sand dunes.

The Rainbow Mountains stretch from their Northern end in the Willow Spring area in Red Rock Canyon all the way to their Southern end at Highway 190 in the Mountain Springs area. 

Some of the familiar peaks in the Rainbow Mountains along the West end of Red Rock Canyon are: