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Spring Mountains
This area has many diverse regions. The regions consists of a desert national conservation area, a alpine national forest, and several destinations to rest and relax from the high energy, fast moving city of Las Vegas.  There several interesting geological formations, as well as natural springs with many trails to explore.  There are petroglyphs from our ancient forefathers. Springs, streams and waterfalls are abundant not only in the alpine area of this region, but the desert as well. The entire has been nominated as a National Recreation Area by the federal government. Some signs already have that statement posted.

Getting There-
Las Vegas to Spring Mountains

There are several ways to get into the Spring Mountain region, depending on the type of experience you want. If you want to head toward the alpine areas, take US-95 north to either Nevada route 157 or 156 west (left) to Mt Charleston. If the desert terain is more to your liking, you might want to take Charleston Blvd west. Charleston Blvd turns into Nevada route 159 and that will take you to the Spring Mountain Range and Red Rock Canyon.

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