A trail at the Valley of Fire is convenient, easy and a wonder to behold.
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Jennifer Finlen, Park Ranger- I like this trail because it has just a wide variety of things.
Valley of Fire Park Ranger Jennifer Finlen knows that in this land of great hiking opportunities the newly designated White Dome trail stands out as one of the most beautiful and diverse trails within the Park. That beauty is in evidence the moment you begin the hike down the trail where you'll see plenty of the bright red rocks that Valley of Fire is known for.
Jennifer Finlen, Park Ranger- That's true. That's how it got its name. But here in particular the different colors come into play. You have all of the different reds and purples and yellows and oranges and pinks. Colors that you would never expect to find on a trail such as this. You come around the top of this hill and it's just beautiful. It takes your breath.
The first quarter mile is full of the colorful vistas that you expect to see here in Nevada's first state park, but at the bottom of the hill you'll find something that is completely unexpected.
Jennifer Finlen, Park Ranger- This was left just kind of as a reminder, and as an interpretive tool for the trail. Now when we have commercial photography out here all they leave are footprints. They take out everything.
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