An Instagrammer’s dream, the Seven Magic Mountains located on the right side of the highway (I-15 North) as you drive into Las Vegas is magical photo op. Located near Jean Dry Lake and Interstate 15, approximately ten miles south of Las Vegas, Nevada This installation of seven colorful and vibrant stacked “Mountains” is by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone and a must see before it disappears. Visit sooner than later as the exhibit will be taken down soon. "Seven Magic Mountains" get back on I-15 North and visit the "Valley of Fire."
Valley of Fire is located about 58 miles from the Las Vegas Strip in the Mojave (Mo-hah-vee) Desert. It abuts Lake Mead National Recreation Area at the East entrance to the park. It is 15 miles Southwest of Overton, Nevada. Its elevation varies between 2,000 and 2,600 feet. From the Las Vegas Strip: Take the I-15 North approximately 35-40 miles. Take Exit 75 and head East toward Valley of Fire/Lake Mead. Drive approximately 17 miles on Valley of Fire to the West Entrance Station. You can also take the more scenic route and see Lake Mead as well: Take the I-15 North to Lake Mead Blvd. Turn Right and head East to Lakeshore Road (NV-166). Turn Right onto Northshore Drive (NV-167) and follow Northshore to the east entrance to Valley of Fire.