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Don’t believe for a second that Las Vegas is the only reason to visit the desert state of Nevada. Speaking of the City of Sin, thanks to Facebook, Twitter, and shared online bank accounts, don’t believe for a second that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.

Nevada has over 6,000,000 acres of protected wilderness. For outdoor enthusiasts, there is hiking, climbing, and mountain biking all over the desert and the Sierra Nevada, water sports and skiing at Lake Tahoe, and fishing at Cave and Ruby Lakes.

Check out Matador’s articles on Burning Man, Portal Canyon, and of course our guides to enjoying Las Vegas.

What I found is there’s actually a lot to do off the Las Vegas Strip.
Leave the dice behind and head outside the casinos with inside dope from guidebook and...
Places to go to watch (or start) fights, listen to old junkies play the sickest...
Nowhere is radical self-expression better manifested than in Burning Man art.
People should fill up gas in Reno and get ready for miles-long waits to get in.
The afternoons see the canyon fill with soft, golden light.
The Matador crew has been representing at Burning Man for several years straight.
Mary Sojourner observes life on the streets of Reno from within the depths of her...
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An impromptu photo shoot spurs a two-day romp that ends in religious transformation.
Paul Robinson crushes a V15 boulder route in Red Rock Canyon.
Watch as the playa turns from dust to festival then back to dust in 5 minutes.
The number one rule for Burning Man is no expectations.
You will need: (a) a thumping techno/ambient soundtrack, (b) plenty of fire.
The first step to a successful trip to Burning Man is the trip...
Joshywashington spent a week filming at Burning Man. After editing until his eyeballs...
Though Burning Man is about happenstance, coincidence and serendipity, there can be...
Are you burning, man? Party with four Roads Scholars who have been blogging across...
See how 50,000 people gather in the Black Rock Desert each summer to build a miniature...
Construction of a whitewater park on its section of the Truckee River.
Fire-dancing circuses and 3,000-person light saber wars last for hours.
Las Vegas beyond the Strip: inquisitive travelers can get a sense of natural connection...
"I do not touch the clothes. I study them closely. The hook on the bra is intact, the...