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Within a half day's drive of Las Vegas are some of the most fascinating places on Earth. David Bert invites you to experience some of the more unusual stops Along the Way. Sponsored by the Clark County Credit Union.In August 2007 National Geographic Adventure named Las Vegas - #1 Place to Live and Play. Mentioned in the article is Dave Bert who also leads day trips at Red Rock Casino. Read about why Las Vegas is #1. Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experience the California of the 1850's, outdoors at the Ramona Pagaent in Hemet, California.
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a remarkable desert oasis 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas...and home to a number of endangered species including the Pupfish.
A life-long fascination with birds leads Bill Gilcrease to create a bird sanctuary in northwest Las Vegas.
A replica of the original 1855 Mormon settlement is located just north of downtown Las Vegas.
The little town in the middle of the desert with the unusual name, has more to offer than you might think.
Join us for a hike along the Emerald Pool Trail at Zion National Park.
Just off the highway to Kingman, a ghost town and surprising public art.
Ranching and mining is how Wickenburg got it's start, and they make a point of not forgetting their heritage. So every February they hold the annual Gold Rush Days, and even if you're not a cowboy or a miner you can still have a heck of a good time.
Investigate the mysterious sliding rocks of Racetrack Playa in Death Valley.
Sometime in the next couple of months, a desert tortoise will emerge from his burrow. Hear about the Mojave Max Emergence Contest.