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Don't Fence Me In Nevada
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You’ll marvel at the sky-high mountains and vast valleys covered in a sea of sagebrush and pine trees. Just look up to witness a night sky that stretches like a blanket from horizon to horizon dotted with an unfathomable number of twinkling stars like you’ll see nowhere else in the USA.

Nevada is a place where you can be free to stay up all night watching the moon rise and fall over an alpine lake, or test your luck with a deck of cards in a lively casino. The only limits here are your own imagination, so Nevada invites you to dream big, and live your dream.

Don't Fence Me In Nevada
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Fun Fact

The Las Vegas Strip at dusk
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Of the top 25 largest hotels in the world, 15 are in Las Vegas, which, incidentally, has more hotel rooms than any other city on Earth.

Must see places

Cathedral Gorge State Park

Cathedral Gorge State Park

This series of spiky-looking ravines, grooves, caves and passageways can be explored through a variety of trails, from short to long, easy to challenging. Hike to Miller’s Point on the main trail for a sweeping view of the gorge as well as the Badlands beyond.

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Lake Mead

Lake Mead

Just 30 minutes outside of Las Vegas, this enormous man-made lake is built for pleasure, with boating, waterskiing, diving and canoeing all popular pastimes. Trails designed for mountain biking chart a course around the lake, where picnickers can set up on the shore.

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Death Valley National Park

A visit here is like none other. Famous for having the lowest elevation in North America, as well as its stunning Badlands landscape, which includes canyons, oases and salt pans extending as far as the eye can see, the park is dotted with visitor’s centers and museums as well as campgrounds to help you explore it.

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Northern Nevada Railway Museum

This National Historic Landmark in the city of Ely offers railway fans the chance to ride a short line train on one of many themed rides. There’s also a railyard to explore, shops to peruse and a ton of events. If you want to stay longer in the railyard, that can be arranged: just take up in the Caboose overnight.

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The Strip, Las Vegas

The city’s dazzling strip is known for many things, but an architecture or pop culture tour bring the glitzy strip’s iconic buildings into full relief. Learn about the design of famous resorts as well as the stories behind them on a guided bus or walking tour that fully explores the city’s architectural history.

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Great Basin National Park

Many visitors to Great Basin National Park are as thrilled by the lack of crowds as they are by the majestic mountain terrain, cascading streams and pristine lakes. The park is home to a number of 3,000-year-old bristlecone pine trees, which are among the oldest living organisms on the planet. Also see Lehman Caves, which can only be viwed on a guided tour; Wheeler Peak, the site of Nevada’s only glacier; and Lexington Arch, a massive rock formation.

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Lake Tahoe

Surrounded by the Sierra Nevada mountains, this alpine lake is the largest in North America and sets the stage for water recreation. Canoe, waterski or just jet across the deep blue expanse. Hike the Cascade Falls Trail or bike Flume Trail and spend all day exploring the wilderness around the lake.

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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Hike or climb Keystone Thrust (where walls are 910 meters high in some places) in one of the Mojave Desert’s most popular areas. Red Rock Canyon is known for its red rock sandstone peaks and variety of outdoor opportunities, including mountain biking, rock climbing, electric bike and scooter tours and guided cowboy hikes.

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Nevada State Museum

The life-sized skeleton of a Columbian mammoth, fossils of the 225-million-year-old ichthyosaur, oral histories of Nevada’s earliest settlers, plus some modern Las Vegas history all make for a fascinating day. Soak up Nevada’s rich past at the new Nevada State Museum at Springs Preserve in Las Vegas.

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Valley of Fire State Park

Nevada’s oldest state park is in the middle of the Mojave Desert and is known for its vivid red sandstone formations and spare cactus-studded landscape. Hike to the White Domes, Arch Rock or to the Beehives, all excellent representations of this natural wonder.

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Hot Air Balloon flying over Asheville, North California
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