Getting Into the Blank Spot on the Map Along The Rubies Route | Part 2
The wildness and remoteness of northeastern Nevada truly sets apart. We say that a lot about Nevada, and it’s true. But here—it’s more true. Follow Fil Corbitt and Sydney Martinez on one of the few Travel Nevada road trips where dirt roads are not optional. From Elko to Lamoille, and the Ruby Marshes to Jarbidge Wilderness and beyond, The Rubies Route is perfect for the outdoor adventurer who knows what to do with a blank spot on the map.
Part two takes us to the most far flung corner of Nevada. We start by listening to the wind at a surprise wetland in the high desert, then head north to the O’Neil Basin to visit. From there, we’re off to Jarbidge—considered to be one of the most remote towns in the lower 48, engulfed by spectacular wilderness. We catch up with Nevada Game Warden Quinn Hesterlee, Cottonwood Ranch visionary Agee Smith, and proprietor of the Outdoor Inn and Red Dog Saloon Jase Stegall. #TheRubiesRoute