Easy hike. Lots of petroglyphs. Beautiful. We went just after a rain so the rank actually had water in it.
About Mouse's Tank
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Probably the most popular hike in the park. It's 1.4 miles round trip, and is easily accessible for most people. Hike through a small canyon to see "Mouse's Tank", a crater that usually contains a vital source of water for desert animals. See ancient petroglyphs...More
Intrigued by the story of Mouse so of course had to hike the trail that led to the tank. Was surprised there was water in the pool but that was his mode of survival. Lots of petroglyphs on the way to the tank that you...More
The Mouse Tank ok but lots of really interesting Petroglyphs to see along the sandy trail. Get out and check it out.
The short(ish) walk to the tank is fantastic. Lots of petroglyphs and a great feel for a small canyon. The tank itself is OK for the history but don't get too excited
These rock formations are neat. You can easily view these from your car or like to get a closer look.
Thus is so cool to see and easy to pick out. Most flat and sandy. Lots of shade. Read board at beginning of trail to understand what you are looking at. Glad we stopped.
This is probably the first trail so many stop here to walk it, as did we. Not a short trail but not the longest either. We didn't really enjoy the trail. Soft sand makes it harder.
This is a very good hike from the parking area to this attraction. It is a nice pathway with some signs to guide you. The views and sights along the way are great.
This is one of the trails that we hiked while at Valley of Fire, most of this trail is walked in soft sand. The rock formations and petroglyphs were probably the most interesting part of this trail. When we reached the tank at the end...More