US 6 in Nevada
Travel Nevada on US Highway 6US 6 is the real "Loneliest Road", crossing Nevada's empty outback from Montgomery Pass at the California line to Baker and Great Basin National Park at the Utah line. In those 297 miles of open spaces there are only three towns of more than 100 people, Baker, Ely and Tonopah. Most days you'll have the road to yourself.

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Upcoming Events

Lund Pioneer Days

Lund Pioneer Days are upon us!

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Lund, Main Street
Lund, NV 89317 United States
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Race the Rails – Coal Fired Steam Engine vs. Road Bikes vs. Mountain Bikes

At the sound of the train whistle, mountain bikers and road bikers race onto their individual courses to see who can get back to the depot before the train. This is not a race against time or your fellow riders, it's a race against one of histories most powerful inventions! Entry Fee $75.00 - Register […]

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Nevada Northern Railway, 1100 Ave A
Ely, NV 89301
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Silver State Classic – Open Road Challenge

Once a year Nevada closes down 90 miles of Route 318 for Professional Racers and enthusiasts pursuing the Walter Mitty dream of speed, horsepower, and high performance. Celebrities the likes of John Schneider, Marsha Mason, Jim Caviezel, Perry King and a Russian Cosmonaut, Boris Grechko, to name a few, have run in these unique automotive […]

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Ely, 150 6th Street
Ely, NV 89301 United States
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US Highway 6 Attractions:
Bristlecone Pine Forest

Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest

From US Highway 6 take Nevada Highway 264 south through Dyer and across the Nevada State line into California to Oasis. From here you travel a short distance west on California Highway 168 to White Mountain Rd. Follow this road as it ascends into the mountains. The Bristlecone Pines begin to appear about halfway up […]

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Ely Renaissance Village

The Geraghty property was six small antiquated houses overgrown and untended when the Ely Renaissance Society bought it and began its transformation into the intriguing and inviting Renaissance Village in northwestern Ely. These small houses have been¬†restored to showcase the ethnic cultures of the people who settled here, six unique museums depicting the turn of […]

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Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park

In the shadow of 13,063-foot Wheeler Peak, 5,000 year old bristlecone pine trees grow on rocky glacial moraines. Come to Great Basin National Park to experience the solitude of the desert, the smell of sagebrush after a thunderstorm, the darkest of night skies, and the beauty of Lehman Caves.

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