Even though Las Vegas is pretty darn amazing, Nevada has a ton lot more to offer, especially for those keen to explore the wonderful natural landscapes the state is home to!
Boasting 60 miles worth of trails, hiking is the ultimate activity to do here, with gorgeous views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Death Valley, and Las Vegas featured on many of its trails.
Not only will you find over 300 species of cacti and succulents during your visit, but you’ll also get to walk amid the largest cactus garden in the Southwest!
Valley of Fire State Park boasts 46,000 acres of red Aztec sandstone that glows into swirling hues of reds, oranges, and pinks when sunlight hits, making the entire landscape look as though it’s on fire!
With over 60 miles of trails available, hiking is a great way to get to know the park’s varied scenery up close.
Home to mountains pained in every color of the rainbow, miles of pristine sand dunes, canyons, and wildlife you wouldn’t expect to find in the desert.
During the hotter months, the lake becomes a mecca for hiking, sunbathing, boating, canoeing, and more fun in the sun activities.