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Road Trips

Dusty ghost towns, rocky climbs, unconventional art, and open roads. Some details you just can’t get from 30,000 feet. Thank goodness Nevada was made for road trips.

Featured Road Trips

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LONELIEST ROAD IN AMERICA: U.S. Highway 50 From Fernley to Ely

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FREE-RANGE ART HIGHWAY: U.S. 95 From Las Vegas to Tonopah

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GREAT BASIN HIGHWAY: U.S. 93 From Vegas to Ely, covering 8 State Parks and Great Basin National Park

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EXTRATERRESTRIAL HIGHWAY: State Route 375

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BURNER BYWAY: Reno to the Black Rock Desert

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THE RUBIES ROUTE: Lamoille Scenic Byway via state routes 227 and 229

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