The north eastern corner of the state is considered Cowboy Country. True to its name, visitors to this untamed land will find cowboys and ranchers living, working and playing in terrain as rugged as it is beautiful.
Just southwest, on the Nevada/California border, is Reno-Tahoe Territory, home to world-class skiing and a thriving arts and culture scene.
The north central region is ideal for the classic American road trip and boasts “The Loneliest Road in America,” a stretch of U.S. Highway 50 that takes the same path as the fabled Pony Express mail route.
Moving south is the vast expanse of Pioneer Territory. Dubbed “The Solitudes,” this sprawling landscape is home to a wealth of extremes, from the tallest point in Nevada at Boundary Peak to the lowest point in North America, a spot in scorching Death Valley National Park. Throw in the eerie and ambiguous Area 51, and this part of Nevada is one you can’t miss.
The extreme southern portion of Nevada is dominated by Las Vegas and surrounding communities. Las Vegas is home to amazing hotels and resorts, world-class entertainment, some of the best shopping in the USA, superb dining and, of course, the thing that made Vegas famous – gambling!
In a landscape as incredible as this one, there’s no end to the holiday possibilities.