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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.
Whether you're headed to the Utah Shakespearean Festival or just looking for a little cooler temperatures, Dave Bert recommends taking a hike in Dixie National Forest.
The Shakespearean experience begins with the Greenshow.
David Bert takes us on the Twisted Forest Trail in the Dixie National Forest near Brianhead, Utah.
Known for its great snow skiing, the Brianhead, UT area is also a great place to get away from the summer heat.
Last week David Bert took us to Big Falls on Mt Charleston. This week he started hiking in the same direction, but wound up at very different kind of waterfall.
Everyone's a 'local' when you go to Ely for the annual 4th of July festivities.
Take a trip to Ely and ride on the Ghost Train.
This week on Along the Way we're hiking a trail that doesn't exist to a giant waterfall that may not exist much longer.
Since 1885, the Lehman Caves have been a curiosity and tourist attraction. From the 'gothic palace' to the glowing rock in the 'inscription room', it's a unique adventure.
Pipe Spring National Monument features an imposing-looking fort that is actually a ranchhouse built in 1872.