As one of the largest states in the US, there
is so much more to the Silver State than just the dazzling bright lights of Las
Vegas. You certainly won’t run out of things to do be it hiking up a
cobalt-blue mountain lake in Great Basin National Park; the ranch-style
hospitality of some of America’s last cowboys; quad biking in the dunes of Sand
Mountain; discovering ancient rock art in the Valley of Fire State Park; skiing
in Lake Tahoe; playing world-class golf courses or driving down Highway 50,
America’s loneliest road.
With a landscape that stretches from the
Mojave Desert to the Great Basin, including 67 protected wilderness areas, not
to mention a history ranging from extinct volcanoes to pioneering prospectors,
there’s a great deal to do in Nevada. And plenty of ways to see it too: hiking,
biking, kayaking, white-water rafting, snowshoeing or even skiing at one of
Lake Tahoe’s 15 ski resorts.
As if that wasn’t enough, the infamous Las
Vegas Strip really does offer something for everyone with over 100 world-class
shows in town, designer shopping, gourmet dining and spa retreats, international
sporting events and of course high-stakes poker, roller coasters and an
abundance of dance-till-dawn nightclubs.