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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 email@example.com.
A trail at the Valley of Fire is convenient, easy and a wonder to behold.
On this one small cul-de-sac at the Heritage Museum, decades of Las
Vegas history are preserved. But be prepared, there are times when
the tableaus are a bit too realistic.
Join David Bert in search of Bald Eagles at Lake Mead.
There have been a number of people, including Howard Hughes, who have owned the Spring Mountain Ranch House over the years, and each
has left their mark.
David Bert takes us on a hike through Titus Canyon at Death Valley National Park. As the park guide explains, most of the plants stick, sting or stink.
Experience the prehistoric birth of Las Vegas at the Springs Preserve.
Join David Bert for a trip to the Mojave National Preserve and hike through the Kelso Dunes.
Ash Meadows is home to 'Devil's Hole' and the pupfish, a survivor of thousands of years in this desert refuge.
Red Rock is the home of many natural wonders, including a geological anomaly known as the Keystone Thrust.
Just minutes from Las Vegas, a lush desert oasis with interesting trails to hike, the Amargossa River...and delicious milkshakes when the hike is over.