Vegas is great! It’s one of the few places in the world where you can go really go wild and let loose. But after a few days of it, it can be draining. You start to lose track of time, incur gambling debt and walk around with a constant hangover. That’s when it’s nice to pack up and recharge with some of the amazing landscapes surrounding the Vegas area. Nevada borders Arizona and Utah and…

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Just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada lies a whimsical art installation called Seven Magic Mountains. Like something out of Alice in Wonderland, these 7 pillars of rainbow colored rocks stand out amongst their desert landscape and have become a major point of interest for those coming and going from the city. Unfortunately, the art installation is not permanent. If this is on your must-see list, you should start planning a trip to Vegas in the…

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I was provided with two tickets to ride the High Roller on a recent trip to Las Vegas. I found Vegas to be a convenient airport for ingress and egress to access national parks in Utah and Arizona, from Zion to the Grand Canyon. What’s more, there’s no better way to relax after a long weekend of hiking than with a cocktail and bird’s eye view of Las Vegas. RELATED POST: HIKING ANGEL’S LANDING AT…

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