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Visiting Grapevine Canyon Nevadaby Sue Fitzgerald
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There are a variety of cactus that grow in Grapevine Canyon needing very little rain.
Hikers can easily get caught in flash floods when there is rain. All hikers must travel at their own risk and be observant at all times.
Hikers can easily see petroglyphs throughout the canyon.
There are a variety of flowering plants.
One of the larger mammals found in this area is the mountain lion. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/39/Puma_concolor_puma_5.JPG
The background picture is from flickr https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5460/17188715195_2bfae155a1_b.jpg. Music was downloaded from http://freemusicarchive.org/. Other pictures were taken by Sue Fitzgerald (myself) on a trip. #desertlife #grapevinecanyon #nevada #hiking
Hikers are mesmerized with the many petroglyphs throughout the canyon.
The views are breath taking from all areas of the canyon.
Grapevine Canyon is in the desert near the Arizona and Nevada border. Visitors in Laughlin, Nevada can easily enjoy a day hike in the canyon. This is a snip from Google maps of the area.
Hikers need to be careful and watch for rattlesnakes. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/11/Western_Diamondback_Rattlesnake.jpg
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