Photos of Nevada's Valley of Fire
The Valley of Fire is a Nevada state park in the Mojave Desert roughly 75 miles northeast of Las Vegas. It is a scenic area
of red rock boulders and sandstone mountains. The Valley of Fire has one very
attractive stone arch known as "Rock Arch" which can be seen from the scenic drive through the park. There
are also several hikes, some of which pass by fairly impressive ancient petroglyphs. Backcountry trails
for hiking exist and these offer the rare opportunity to see the Desert Tortoise in its natural habitat.
The Valley of Fire State Park can be reached via Exit 75 about 12 miles south of I-15
This page shows photos of The Valley of Fire, its landscapes and rock formations, as well as photos
of the rare Desert Tortoise.
Larger version of these photos can be viewed by using a mouse rollover,
clicking an image, or using the Slideshow below.
See photos of another part of the Valley of Fire
at Valley of Fire (Page 2)