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Visitors to spectacular Lake Tahoe enjoy one of most scenic beaches in the country at Sand Harbor. Hiking trails wind around boulders and trees along the sandy shore, and it’s home to the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.
Lamoille Canyon and the Ruby Mountains offer adventure seekers an undiscovered natural wonder just outside Elko.
Nevada’s railroads are steeped in history and offer riders opportunities to explore the countryside and experience area legends and lore.
Tonopah has the unique distinction of having one of the darkest nighttime skies in the country. Stargazers will see up to 7,000 stars including the Milky Way during a cloudless Nevada night sky.
Valley of Fire, just an hour from the dazzling Las Vegas strip, offers a show of its own with ribbons of colors, fascinating rock formations and myriad outdoor recreation opportunities.
Grimes Point was first visited by Native Americans perhaps 8,000 years ago or more. Visitors today can view examples of their petroglyphs along a fascinating self-guided interpretive trail.