The Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday weekend calls for plenty of snow — and plenty of visitors — in the mountains. Nearly 2 feet of fresh powder has landed on Mount Charleston and the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area since Thursday.
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Climbing, swinging, jumping — it’s all about fun for children at Gravady Extreme Air Sports. Gravady, 7350 Prairie Falcon Road, Suite 120, launched in December, using word of mouth and social media to get attention, and has been seeing plenty of action ever since.
Sean Morrissey is a young man of few words, but his arms stretched aloft in a sign of victory said it all as dignitaries broke ground June 23 for Sean’s Park, a first-of-its-kind recreation destination for people with intellectual or physical disabilities.
Caitlin Beanan soars suspended from pink strips of silk secured to the rafters of L’Oracle, 7020 W. Warm Springs Road, Suite 170, a facility focused on circus arts, gymnastics and fitness.
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, is such a feast for the eyes that more than a million people from around the world visit every year. Located on the eastern rim of the Paunsaugunt Plateau, the park features natural amphitheaters filled with a colorful landscape of spires, pinnacles and pillars called hoodoos.
He’s nearly 80, but Summerlin resident John Taube doesn’t let that stop him from making a daily trek via bicycle to the entrance of the Red Rock Canyon National Preservation Area. He said he rides his bike around 17 miles every day.
This alpine lake more than 6,000 feet above sea level, which is as much as 22 miles long and 12 miles wide, inspires so much awe that sometimes, words simply fail.
The following activities are planned in the Las Vegas region during July.
Ah, a day playing golf at one of the valley’s premier courses. It doesn’t get much better than that. Spanish Trail Country Club beckons, offering history, luxury and a great playing experience.
Whether it is trail maintenance and graffiti cleanup or welcoming visitors and feeding the tortoises, the organization known as Friends of Red Rock Canyon is there to get the job done.