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Seven Sisters Overview
Seven Sisters is a stop-off from the road and not a “hike,” which I classify on the site with other areas as a “point of interest.”
There are several areas of covered and uncovered picnic tables and some of them have grills.
To the right of the parking lot, there is a concrete walkway that will lead you to the restrooms.
FYI for those looking for a unique wedding photo location, Seven Sisters at Valley of Fire State Park is one of the four permitted wedding locations within the park.
Seven Sisters at Valley of Fire
The sign reads
Seven Sisters – once a part of the nearby red formations, these rock towers are all that remain after the relentless forces of erosion stripped away the surrounding sandstone deposits. Numerous “blow holes” forecast the eventual destruction of the towers that will take place many hundreds of years in the future.
How to Get to Seven Sisters
Once you are in the park, follow Old Arrowhead Road and watch for Seven Sisters signs
Permits and Fees
$10 fee for entering the park. Click here to read about the Valley of Fire Entrance Fee.
Parking at Seven Sisters
There is a small parking lot so if you want to stay in the area for a while, arrive early.
Restrooms at Seven Sisters
There are pit toilets available.
Absolutely! Pack a lunch and have fun exploring the rocks.
Dog-Friendly: Yes, must be kept on a leash when outside of your vehicle. Note that you will need to bring your own doggy bags as the park does not provide them. Click here to view top rated doggy waste bags (they smell like flowers!).
Cell Phone Service at Seven Sisters
ATT does not work I visit this area of the park.
Click here to read about the Cell Service at Valley of Fire.
What to Take to Seven Sisters
Not much is needed for this “hike” to view the Seven Sisters.
If it’s a really hot day I would recommend taking the following to keep you from heating up too much. (BTW, I LOVE LOVE LOVE my thermal umbrella as it makes a considerable difference in keeping me cool.)
Valley of Fire Resources
- Valley of Fire State Park
- Valley of Fire Visitors Center
- Atlatl Rock at the Valley of Fire
- Beehives at the Valley of Fire
- Lone Rock at the Valley of Fire
- Atlatl Rock Campground
- Valley of Fire Group Campground
Seven Sisters at Valley of Fire
- I am a hiking enthusiast and not an expert, the information shared here is from my personal experiences and research to share with others as a reference.
- All stats such as distances, elevations, elevation gains, ratings, and times are approximate based on mobile apps, GPS data, Google Earth, and other references compiled as a resource.
- Click here to view my current hiking diary of other trails and points of interest for reference.
I am an outdoor enthusiast who would rather be on a backcountry backpacking trip than a stroll on the beach (although I do love the beach!).
Living in Las Vegas has afforded me the opportunity to easily explore the Southwest region of the United States.
A nature lover, I am often found at the end of the pack taking photos and videos of the wildlife found on the trails. Colorful flowers, desert animals, and unusual geological rock formations are often the majority of my photos.