Fall makes a fine time to explore areas best avoided during scorching summer days, such as Valley of Fire and Sloan Canyon.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines visited Skyview YMCA and presented a $7,000 grant that will help fund the YMCA’s safety-around-water program.
Though the name isn’t technically accurate anymore, Overweight Hikers for Health’s objective remains the same: sociable hiking more focused on fun than on logging miles.
Blasted out of the McCullough Range by Hong Kong tycoon Henry Cheng, the luxury Henderson community boasts more than 300 homesites.
If you’ve made the trek to Gilcrease Orchard, you’ve probably noticed more competition at the farm’s pumpkin patch and longer lines for its famous apple cider donuts.
Local nonprofit Trail Access Project invites adaptive hikers, along with their families and friends, to take part in an Oct. 29 outing on the Historic Railroad Trail.
The mostly flat Historic Railroad Trail allows walkers and bicyclists to travel back to the early 1930s.
Mural admirers don’t need a defined path to get the most from a near decade of creativity left behind by the annual Life is Beautiful music festival in downtown Las Vegas.
The Mount Charleston attraction held a soft opening for its downhill mountain bike park.
Indoors or outdoors, we have spots across the valley for you and your pet to enjoy.
Great Basin bristlecone pines are gnarly, twisted tales of survival and inspiration. Lucky for local desert dwellers, hiking paths wind past these ancient, animated trees high above the valley floor.
The park also received nearly $12 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation for repairing roads.
Two trails, distinguished by expert and intermediate skill levels, cut through the woods with switchbacks down the canyon.
The reopening of State Route 190 through Death Valley National Park has been delayed three times in the past month.
North Kelbaker Road, which is closed, will take several months to repair.