Summer

Diamond Peak Ski Resort
AttractionsAttractionsFallForestsHikingNorth TahoeOpen SkiesPhotographyResortsResortsSki and SnowboardSpringSummerTrailsTripsWildlifeWinter

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Diamond Peak Ski Resort is North Lake Tahoe’s hidden gem that sits back behind Incline Village where the Carson Range meets the Sierra's on the northern side of the Lake Tahoe Basin. Diamond Peak Ski Resort is family friendly and the resort offers the views of Lake Tahoe from several runs in the park. Diamond Peak has a summit elevation at 8,540-feet with a 1,840-foot vertical descent to the lodge. ...
Great Basin National Park
AttractionsAttractionsAttractionsAttractionsHikingNational ParksNational ParksNatureOpen SkiesPhotographySummerTrails

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. ...
Tahoe Rim Trail, Stateline at Lake Tahoe
AttractionsAttractionsAttractionsHikingNatureOpen SkiesStateline Lake TahoeSummerTrails

Tahoe Rim Trail, Stateline at Lake Tahoe

Between Kingsbury Grade South and Big Meadow, the trail follows the spine of the Carson Range from sun-drenched meadows to cool pine forests and windswept mountain passes. Starting at ...
Spring Mountains National Recreation Area
AttractionsAttractionsHikingNational ParksNaturePahrumpSummerTrailsUS Highway 95

Spring Mountains National Recreation Area

The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area (SMNRA) is part of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Better known to locals as Mount Charleston, it is located just 45 minutes from downtown ...
Valley of Fire State Park
AttractionsAttractionsAttractionsFallHikingNatureOpen SkiesOvertonPhotographyRockhoundingSpringState ParkState ParkState ParkState ParkState ParksSummerTrailsTripsWildlifeWinter

Valley of Fire State Park

Open year round, Valley of Fire State Park is named for the red Aztec sandstone cropping out of gray and tan limestone. The sandstone is from the Jurassic period and is what Mom Nature did ...
Reno River Walk
AttractionsAttractions on I-80 in NevadaAttractions on US Highway 395FallReno AttractionsSpringSummerWinter

Reno River Walk

The City of Reno has worked hard at creating an inviting environment for the Truckee River coursing through its heart, while at the same time protecting against the floods that have ...
Tonopah Historic Mining Park
AttractionsFallHistoricHistoric Mining ParksHistoric Mining ParksHistoric Mining ParksOpen SkiesSummerWinter

Tonopah Historic Mining Park

The Tonopah Historic Mining Park is located on the site of the original mining claims that started the rush to Tonopah, making it “Queen of the Silver Camps”.  Jim and Belle Butler’s strike ...
The Nevada Travel Network