Laughlin Labyrinths

We heard there were some labyrinths in the hills behind Laughlin so we went in search of them this morning. I was able to zoom in on a few of them using Google Maps Satellite View which made locating them fairly easy. They are not signed so unless you know they are there you will not see them.

We pulled off to the side of the road inside the curve on the east side of Thomas Edison Drive and walked a few hundred feet in the general direction of the Tropicana Hotel & Casino and saw two labyrinths right away.

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IMG_8844There was a foot trail the lead us a few hundred feet along a ridge where we found several more labyrinths! We found a total of seven of them today. There is no information about who put them here, or when, or why.

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Some of the casinos of Laughlin, Nevada, and the Colorado River, and Bullhead City, Arizona, can be seen from the hills where the labyrinths are.

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Laughlin and Bullhead City

  • Gasoline:  none
  • Lodging:  free
  • Admission:  free
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4 Responses to Laughlin Labyrinths

  1. craigdresser says:

    Nice!

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  2. Shirley says:

    Fascinating – have they been there a long time??

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    • marsbern says:

      They are not ancient artifacts, probably only a few years, but I have no information on them. I have seen posts other people have written saying they found four just a few years ago, but we easily found seven. Marsha

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