The Sil­ver State

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All Roads lead to Reno

Reno-Ta­hoe, af­fec­tion­ately known as the ‘big­gest lit­tle city in the world’, is renowned for its noc­tur­nal ex­cite­ment. With head­lin­ers such as coun­try mu­sic star, Dolly Par­ton and some of the Sil­ver State’s orig­i­nal casi­nos, it’s easy to see why Reno is a draw­card to good-time seek­ers.

Un­be­knownst to many night owls, Reno of­fers bur­geon­ing ad­ven­ture at­trac­tions and a wealth of his­tory for the more in­tel­lec­tual trav­eller. From its hum­ble be­gin­nings as a quaint min­ing town to be­com­ing the di­vorce cap­i­tal of the USA, Reno def­i­nitely has a che­quered, yet fas­ci­nat­ing, past.

To­day, Ne­vada re­ceives over 50 mil­lion vis­i­tors an­nu­ally, and while the min­ing in­dus­try is among the strong­est in the world, tourism has grown to be its great­est in­dus­try.

As such, Reno-Ta­hoe is now an un­der­cover mecca for out­door ad­ven­ture and is an easy do­mes­tic flight from the hub of LAX. Whether vis­i­tors crave wa­ter sports, the fresh­est pow­der, or fancy try­ing a hand at the world’s tallest climb­ing wall, there’s some­thing for ad­ven­tur­ers from all walks of life.

Skier Heav­enly Mt Lake Ta­hoe Ne­vada

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