Hikers and equestrians can enjoy the park's longer trail, which runs for eleven miles there and back through fantastic canyons on the way to the White Domes. The trail is almost unmarked, following the mountain range instead. Look for yellow and white tape markers as you explore a dramatic collection of rock formations.
Longer than the Petrified Logs Loop, this hike swings for five miles out into the park through flower adorned meadows. Dogs are welcome on this hike, which takes in some of the park's most unique formations.
This hour long hike takes you up petroglyph marked stone stairs towards the monumental Atlatl Rock. This monolithic Aztec sandstone landmark is reached via a boulder strewn trail that culminates in a steep climb to views over Lake Mead. The petroglyphs illustrate the Atlatl weapon, used in hunting.