Just outside of Fallon, Nevada, is a two-mile stretch of 9,000-year-old singing sand dunes—they’re one of the few in the world that hum when the wind blows. Today, they’re an off-road recreational paradise towering over 600 feet high. Most people hop on a quad, dirt bike, or UTV to scale these giant dunes. Vroom vroom.

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