Red Rock Bike Path
We have an exciting prospect for Red Rock Canyon! It is a separated, multi-use, paved trail system that will connect neighborhoods and families with popular trails in the canyon, without ever having to go on the road with cars.
GET INVOLVED: DONATIONS NEEDED
We have been working on it with BLM and NDOT and now we are two million dollars into the project, partnering with key organizations and user groups, and preparing for the next step, a large grant application to move us into the design phase.
The grant requires matching funding, so let’s come together as a Save Red Rock community and get this exciting trail system off the ground! We will keep a list of $100+ donors to recognize at the trailhead, and all donors on the website unless you specify otherwise. Please donate whatever you can to the grant match program to build the greatest trail system ever.
Looking for ways to help the victims of the October 1 tragedy in Las Vegas? We need volunteers.
Escape Adventures and Save Red Rock are offering daily guided Nature Walks in Red Rock Canyon to victims, their family members and anyone affected or saddened by the tragedy in Las Vegas.
We are looking for counselors or compassionate members of the community to accompany people as they walk and reflect in peaceful and serene Red Rock Canyon. To help spread the word, you can pick up flyers and distribute them at hospitals, community centers, churches, wherever you go.
Keep Red Rock Rural
Save Red Rock has fought to protect the canyon on several fronts, with the community efforts resulting in many significant victories over the years, including lowering the speed limit on the scenic byway, creating safe 8-foot wide bike lanes, safety fencing for the wild burros and mustangs near the highway, and more accomplishments that can be found in our accomplishments page. Currently, Save Red Rock is fighting to KEEP RED ROCK RURAL, to preserve the rural character of the canyon, and to keep out future high density and commercial developments that would adversely impact the experience. Save Red Rock is working to notify people of the current threat of a zone change proposal in the canyon from rural to high density development that county commissioners will vote on soon. (See take action page.) If commissioners change a developer’s rural zoning to high density, he proposes to build a city of over 14,000 residents, businesses, and commercial institutions in Red Rock Canyon.