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Black Rock Desert
In the far northeast corner of Nevada is the Black Rock Desert. For one week a year, this semi-arid conservation area becomes one of the most bustling, vibrant and wild places in Nevada. That’s because the Black Rock Desert hosts Burning Man, a music and arts festival. After the festival ends, the temporary city that accommodates more than 60,000 people is burned and dismantled, leaving nothing but the earth behind. Even if you’re not in town for Burning Man, the Black Rock Desert boasts spectacular vistas. From the desert, you can see more than a dozen different mountain ranges that border the region.
On the banks of Lake Tahoe is Carson City, the capital of Nevada. Being surrounded by the lake, the Carson River and the Sierra Nevada Mountains makes Carson City an especially picturesque destination. As the state capital, Carson City also boasts a number of important historic attractions. On your visit, take time to tour the Nevada State Capitol Complex. At night, catch a performance at the popular Brewery Arts Center. When the weather is pleasant, two golf courses are the ideal way to unwind and soak up the sun, and families will enjoy playing and riding the train at Mills Park
Great Basin National Park
One of Nevada’s most scenic destinations, and a top spot for those who love the great outdoors, is the Great Basin National Park. The park is located in the eastern part of the state close to the border with Utah. The Lehman Caves are one of the top attractions in the Great Basin National Park, and a tour will take you through sections like the Gothic Palace and the Lodge Room. Another popular activity is hiking along the Bristlecone Pine Trail, where you can see Bristlecone Pines. These trees are regarded as the oldest organisms on the planet! Continue on along the trail, and you can even spot the glacier at the base of the towering Wheeler Peak.