The Red Rock Canyon is located in the high desert about 20 miles west of Las Vegas. In the spring (March and April) and the Fall (Oct.and Nov.), when “climbing conditions are at their best, nighttime lows near 40F to 50F with daytime highs often climb to 80F. The wintertime are normally cold and snow often covers the ground deep in the shaded canyon floors. Rain or snow occasionally falls, but the vast majority of days are sunny and fair. While routes in the shade can be too cold to enjoy, south facing walls often warm up to offer pleasant climbing with temperatures in the mid 60’s throughout the winter. The weather can be breezy, especially high on multi-pitch routes
They look for rocks and holes to hide themselves. There is hot and dry, so those creatures have the abilities to adapt to that environment, and they have special functions which can use to store water.In 1849, some pioneers came here and strove for three months to cross this deadly place. They suffered many difficulties such as thirst and starvation. Eventually, they were saved by the spring of fresh water. When they left the valley, one of them said “Good-bye, Death Valley” and the name of the valley was born. If in the past, people go to Death Valley one represents death, and even danger. Today, tourists driving air-conditioned vehicles. Tourists can stay in the hotel. Of course, they do not have to worry about thirst or starvation. They can overlooks the canyons, hills, and cactus, but not dangerous. Even, they can enjoy the beauty of the land, the most important thing is that they can stay happy memories.
Nearly 200 different species of birds can be found in Red Rock Canyon. These birds range from the tiny humming birds to the large majestic eagles. The birds are found in many different habitats throughout the national conservation area. Birds can be seen pretty much anywhere throughout Red Rock Canyon, but areas where there is water usually provide a greater variety of sightings. Red Spring, White Rock Spring, Pine Creek Canyon, Lost Creek, Willow Springs and Wheeler Camp Spring have year-round sources of water. Sandstone Quarry, Ice Box Canyon, First Creek Canyon and Oak Creek Canyon have seasonal water resources and are most active in springtime.