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Planning a trip is one of the best feelings in the world—but how to plan a trip is where many people get hung up. Don’t worry, we’ve got you. Whether you’re looking to plan a trip to Vegas, plotting a ghost town expedition, or are simply after some off-grid hot spring R&R, let this be your Nevada travel guide.

Seasons in Nevada

Nevada is a land of extremes. And the weather is no exception. The peak-studded, high-desert north is known for warm days and sharply cooling nights. Meanwhile, the arid, low-desert south temperatures can teeter into triple-digit territory on the reg. And, believe it or not, it can rain or snow literally any time. Anywhere. That’s why the real pros roll with a down jacket over their bikini and pack both flip-flops and boots. So let us walk you through how to navigate the weather around here. One season at a time.

Nevada Weather

Summer

Summer in Nevada

Fall

Fall in Nevada

Winter

Winter in Nevada

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Quick Tips That’ll Make Your Trip

Ready to hit the road? We thought so. Now scope some solid facts and FAQs that’ll help you get the best out of your Nevada adventure.

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Nevada Weather

Nevada is a land of extremes, and the weather is no exception. From the snow-covered peaks in the high-desert north to triple-digit temps in the low, dry south and everywhere in between, let us help you navigate the weather around here. One season at a time.

The Best Time to Travel to Nevada

All of Nevada observes the Pacific Time Zone—except West Wendover, Jackpot, and Jarbidge, who live life on Mountain Time. Speaking of time, when is the best time to visit the Silver State? Any. There are four seasons here—all spectacularly different—promising stunning wildflower blooms, explosive fall foliage and beyond. Check out the visitor’s guide to learn more.

Silver State Driving Tips

We’re adventurous—not crazy! Before you buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime, learn a few on-the-road highway driving tips and off-road basics, like seatbelt and helmet laws, speed limits, and how to live by Nevada’s “Dirt Road Code”.