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Resorts and hotels

Nevada’s resort hotels have much to offer beyond the gaming floor. From the themed properties of Las Vegas to the classic retreats of Reno and Lake Tahoe, visitors can find the perfect spot to relax, dine and be entertained.

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Highways and scenic byways

Nevada has extraordinary highways, some with intriguing nicknames, some with astounding claims to fame and some that are just downright quirky.

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Ghost towns

Nevada’s rural landscape is punctuated with ghost towns — communities built on the promise of mining riches, and then discarded when the dream either died or never quite became reality.

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Backcountry running

Lake Tahoe is perhaps the best rugged running area in the West. The Tahoe Rim Trail, a 165-mile trail encircling Lake Tahoe, is actually a system of smaller trails and loops that link together, each offering varying degrees of difficulty and terrain.

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Gaming - Diverse Options

Casino action draws thousands to Nevada. Since legalizing most forms of gaming in 1931, the state has remained a top attraction for thrill-seekers.

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Dining - Basque cuisine

Nevada is home to many people of Basque descent, people who trace their ancestry to the Basque region straddling France and Spain.

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Arts & Culture - The Loneliest Road

It has been called the middle of the middle of nowhere, a victim of uncharitable thinking and a place where you need survival skills. But of all the intriguing labels, the one that elevated the 287-mile stretch of central Nevada highway to fame is “The Loneliest Road in America.”

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Extraterrestrial Highway and Nevada Test Site

It was probably destined to happen. The ingredients had been there for a long time. There’s Nevada, with its sparsely traveled highways and huge open spaces, where the imagination can run wild. And right in the middle of the state, a remote super-secret military area, off limits to all except a group of tight-lipped employees.

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