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fun things to do &
activities in and around las vegas nevada
actually is more to Las Vegas than the World Famous Strip
and the Downtown Fremont Street Experience! Not to say they
are anything less than an amazing vision crafted with artistic
creativity and a seemingly unlimited budget co creating
a magnificent dream into physical reality.
We have 11,918 ft Mt. Charleston,
the highest peak in the Spring Mountain
Range, which is an island of mountain habitat surrounded
by a sea of low-elevation desert. A variety of alpine habitats
can be found, including pinion-juniper, yellow-pine, white
fir, and ancient bristlecone pine forests (oldest trees
on earth one here known as Rain Tree dates to 3000 plus),
and even tundra-like environments on the peaks. Excellent
backcountry snowshoeing, snowboarding and skiing to numerous
and scenic peaks also awaits you. For all of your up to
date info on backcountry skiing and winter hiking conditions
visit here Mt.
Charleston Backcountry Snow Conditions.
Mead NationalRecreation Area (NRA) offers a wealth of
things to do and places to go year-round. Its huge lakes
cater to boaters, swimmers, sunbathers, and fishermen while
its desert rewards hikers, wildlife photographers, and roadside
sightseers. Three of America's four desert ecosystems, the
Great Basin, and the Sonoran Deserts, meet in Lake Mead
NRA. As a result, this seemingly barren area contains a
surprising variety of plants and animals, some of which
may be found nowhere else in the world. Thanks to geothermal
activity, the wild underside of our land, Nevada has been
blessed with about three hundred hot springs. Historically,
hot springs were far from overlooked. Native Americans and
miners enjoyed them for swimming, bathing, even healing.
Many today swear by hot mineral baths for relief from everything
from gout to rheumatism. Some of our elaborate hot springs
boast pools of up to 60' and over 6' deep. Tecopa Hot Springs
is a great choice and only an about an hour from Las Vegas.
An excellent choice to soak away your blues from challenging
Lady Luck and her high odds!
rise to a great colorful escarpment, formed along a fault
zone with peaks over 8,000 feet, and including huge cliffs
and ravines composed of bands of grey, white and red sandstone.
Famous throughout the world to the rock climbing community
with routes from easy, up to 5 13+. The wide south western
plains beneath the hills are studded with Joshua trees and
other desert plants, contributing to a most impressive spectacle.
The sunsets are a photographers dream as are spectacular
shots like this! Also be sure to
check out the Hot Las Vegas Yoga
Studios. Drop by and join us on a hike in las vegas while you are here on you visit!
just a few more of the fun
things to do while in las vegas
Most activities are just
45 minutes or less from the comforts of your hotel room!
Please enjoy your visit to our lovely city and we look forward
to working on you during your stay in the entertainment
capitol of the world and the brightest city on planet earth!
in las vegas it is
thoughts to ponder...
To the individual thus
enlightened it appears as a vivid and overwhelming certainty
that the universe, precisely as it is at this moment, as
a whole and in every one of its parts, is so completely
right as to need no explanation or justification beyond
what it simply is. Existence not only ceases to be a problem;
the mind is so wonder-struck at the self-evident and self-sufficient
fitness of things as they are, including what would ordinarily
be thought the very worst, that it cannot find any word
strong enough to express the perfection and beauty of the
experience. Its clarity sometimes gives the sensation that
the world has become transparent or luminous, and its simplicity
the sensation that it is pervaded and ordered by a supreme
intelligence. At the same time it is usual for the individual
to feel that this whole world has become his own body, and
that whatever he is has not only become, but always has
been, what everything else is. It is not that he loses his
identity to the point of feeling that he actually looks
out through all other eyes, becoming literally omniscient,
but rather that his individual consciousness and existence
is a point of view temporarily adopted by something immeasurably
greater than himself.
- Alan Watts, This is It