Take a Balloon Ride

Take a Balloon Ride

The popular balloon rides from Vegas Balloon Rides take off in the early morning, and you’ll soar hundreds of feet—as high as 800 feet— over the Vegas valley, toward Red Rock Canyon and over the Spring Mountains, admiring both the city and the desert landscape, with only the occasional burst of propane to interrupt the magical silence. You’ll land and then have a Champagne toast, a balloon ride tradition.

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