Outdoors

From skydiving to a camel safari, here’s your guide to getting outside.

Embrace the outdoors during Nevada’s mild months

November 21st, 2018

From skydiving to a camel safari, here’s your guide to getting outside.

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    The story follows his heroic effort to climb the 3,000-foot El Capitan rock wall—without ropes.

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    Volunteer, get active and do no harm to the environment around you.

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    Get off that couch and try outdoor yoga, ice skating or a low-key urban stroll.

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    Free falls of up to 120 miles per hour from planes as high as 15,000 feet can be found within 30 minutes of town.

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    Tourists can feed and pet many of the animals before embarking on a 90-minute camel ride.

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    Free falls of up to 120 miles per hour from planes as high as 15,000 feet can be found within 30 minutes of town.

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    Mount Charleston, a pumpking patch, Floyd Lamb Park and more.

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    Are they best friends or bitter rivals? Perhaps it’s possible to be both.

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    Back in Scotland, she competed in triathlons, swimming in an icy “man-made loch” until her face became rubber.

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    “It can be windy, rainy, 120 degrees, with a lot of grouchy creatures—snakes and scorpions.”

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    She doesn’t hide the ropes or equipment or the humanity of the sport, and that perspective has garnered her 40,000 followers on Instagram as @LadyLockoff.

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    Humans aren’t particularly adept at finding people buried in the snow—but dogs are.

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    Two hours north of Las Vegas, there’s an eerie place where rocks and shadow take on familiar forms.

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    The weekly Vegas PBS show will explore Gold Butte, the Amargosa River, the Old Spanish Trail and Nevada's Native American tribes.

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    James Rensvold is executive vice president and private banking director at Nevada State Bank, which this year is celebrating its 60th anniversary.

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    “I don’t have to stick to one genre all day. All the pool parties are good vibes, positive music, a lot of dance, and then ...

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    New dishes include scallion pancakes— topped with duck confit, Asian pear herb salad, pickled red radish and crispy shallots—and doughy soufflé pancakes that lean toward ...

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    It’s a singular experience, a deliberately paced meal well worth your time.

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    It’s one of three off-Strip restaurant concepts he’s assembling, set to open at Buffalo Drive and Warm Springs Road in late spring or early summer.

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    She has ushered in a cultural shift, focusing on the perspectives of people of color, women and LGBTQ communities.

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    The singer-songwriter, who performs three shows at Encore Theater, hasn’t played a concert here since 2010.

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