If you love a little surprise at the end of your trek, this spot is a must for your next outing in nature. Old Spanish Trail in Las Vegas, also known as Rubber Ducky Trail, features a tree completely covered in bright rubber ducks. You'll get a kick out of this colorful Joshua plant with its very own "flock" attached.\nOld Spanish Trail can be found among the Cottonwood Valley Trail System in Las Vegas.\nEditor's Choice: Canada's Set To Suffer Through An Extra Cold & Snowy Winter This Year (VIDEO)\nThere are many excellent paths to explore in the area, but this one leads you to a cute surprise that is worth the trip.\nWhile that is the official name for it, frequent visitors call it Rubber Ducky Trail, thanks to the cool creation that can be found on it.\nAs you bike or hike down the 1.8-mile path, you will eventually come across a Joshua tree filled with brightly colored rubber ducks.\nYou can reach this surreal spot by starting at Late Night Trailhead.\nIt's a great route for mountain biking or just hiking, and ideal to try in colder weather or early in the morning before it gets too hot.\nView this post on Instagram My first time at #rubberduckytrail near the #oldspanishtrail A post shared by Ryan Ibarra (@rynosaurous) on Feb 2, 2019 at 3:11pm PST\nSticking to the Old Spanish side will lead you to this colorful display of birds.\nSigns along the path will lead you to the tree itself, where you can snap some epic photos.\nView this post on Instagram It’s not a hard trail, it’s pretty easy, but who cares if it’s not challenging!?!? It’s got RUBBER DUCKS!!! . . . . . Rubber Ducky, you’re the one.... The Rubber Ducky Trail, is easily accessible right off highway 160 (Blue Diamond Rd.) at the Late Night Trailhead Parking lot. Mainly a trail used by mountain bikes, but also by hikers. Apparently it was originally labeled "Ducky" because there was a Joshua tree branch you would have to duck under as you sped by on your bike. The branch has since been cut down, but now the tree has become the Rubber Ducky tree, no explanation needed as you will see. This hike, from the Late Night Trailhead parking lot is an easy (with mild hills) 2 miles roundtrip. If you were wanting to extend the mileage you could start from the town of Blue Diamond, or take some of the trails that branch off of it. The only thing that’s missing is Bert. . . . . . . __________________________ @NixAdventrex #NixAdventrex #NixAdventures #Explore #Hiking #Hike #RubberDuckyTrail #RubberDucky #RubberDuck #BlueDiamondNevada #OldSpanishTrail #LasVegas #RedRock #Nevada #MountainBikeTrail A post shared by Nicole Padberg Munkdale (@nicolepadbergmunkdale) on Oct 10, 2018 at 8:34pm PDT\nWhile there is no information on the official site as to where the ducks came from, rumors abound that they were put there after a mountain biker dived.\nA large branch once hung over the path, and the plastic toys were said to be put there to remind people to "duck."\nView this post on Instagram We found #rubberduckytrail on a #bikeride in #lasvegas 😊 #noodlethedoodle #mountainbikedog #optoutside #hikingwithdogs #bikingwithdogs #bluemountain #hikenevada #doodlesofinstagram #goldendoodlesofinstagram #offthestrip #nevadahikes #dogswhohike #vegashiking #goldendoodle #rubberducks #rubberduckytree A post shared by Noodlethedoodle (@noodlethevegasdoodle) on Mar 2, 2018 at 6:30pm PST\nJust make sure to leave the others where you found them so others can enjoy it too!\nOld Spanish Trail AKA Rubber Ducky Trail\nPrice: $15 per car\nAddress: Cottonwood Valley Trail System, Las Vegas, NV\nWhy You Need To Go: This epic trail leads you to a tree filled with colorful rubber ducks.\nWebsite\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and, most of all, be respectful on your trip.