Road tripping Nevada's Cowboy Corridor

Ambrotype photographer Giles Clement set out on a road trip along Nevada's Cowboy Corridor to capture special portraits. Throughout each stage of the journey, he met people whose traditions and heritage were deeply rooted to the landscape of the American West.

Take Cottonwood Ranch, an off-grid guest ranch where the next generation of conservationists are helping people learn about land stewardship. Or Elko’s J.M. Capriola Co., a mutli-generation family-owned custom saddle shop, where every hand-tooled leather good is so legendary, the moment it comes out of the shop it's already considered an heirloom.

From the Jarbidge Mountains to the Unionville foothills, Clement's subjects shared their heritage and personal stories, which continue through to the next generation. Come see for yourself how Nevada’s Cowboy Corridor road trip route takes you straight into the heart of the Silver State's piece of the American West.

This video is proudly produced in partnership with TravelNevada.

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