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very cool quick trip to go see these rock formations but be sure to get out and walk up to them. much more impressive close up!! also recommend continuing down the road to the largest chevron gas station in the world! really cool place less...More
This is a quick drive out of Vegas, nice to get off the strip for a bit. They are in the middle of the desert. Beautiful area, mountains in the distance. Good photo op. You are literally there 15 minutes or so and then back...More
When we first arrived, I thought to myself, "Hum, a brightly colored rocks piled on top of each other." But then, we walked around them. We walked out a ways. We stood directly under them and after immersing ourselves visually I thought, "I see the...More
While in Las Vegas we took the 15 minute drive to Seven Magic Mountains. It's a great opportunity for some pictures. It's hard to believe that it took the artist about 40 years to complete. That's art...
If you are holidaying in Las Vegas make the short detour to visit the Seven Magic Mountains. It’s free to park and it’s well worth the visit. Be warned - there is no shade or water available so go prepared.
We debated renting a car versus simply ubering from the Vegas strip. We opted to Uber since it was about $30 each way and cheaper than a rental. We asked our Uber driver to wait as we took photos (and tipped him for his time)....More
Be ther BEFORE 8:30am...
Driving around on a hotel scouting mission... and then, in the distance something is glowing! It's a colorful large-scale, public artwork. I HAVE to explore so got closer to learn that these are the Seven Magic Mountains!
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