Bryce Canyon National Park
A landmark in southern Utah, Bryce Canyon is famous for its unique geology of red rock spires and horse-shoe shaped amphitheaters.
Death Valley National Park
Located in California, approximately 120 miles from Las Vegas, Death Valley is one of the hottest and driest places in North America. The scenery and weather in February are fantastic!
Tour a national historic landmark located 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas on U.S. Highway 93 at the Nevada-Arizona border; open 9:00a to 5:00p.
Lake Mead Cruises
Only minutes away from Las Vegas, located in the Lake Mead National Conservation Area. Year round Mid-Day Sightseeing Cruise runs daily, departing at 12:00 & 2:00p.
Located 280 miles from Las Vegas, the memorable and picturesque Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is located 17 miles west of The Strip on Charleston Boulevard.
Cowboy Trail Rides
Located in the heart of the spectacular Red Rock National Conservation Area. The ranch offers horseback trail rides, barbeque dinners, and Western entertainment for individuals, families and larger groups.
Valley of Fire State Park
Dedicated in 1935 and located 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas, this is one of Nevada’s oldest state parks. Explore surroundings that feature vibrant color, fantastic rock formations, and centuries-old petroglyphs.
Zion National Park
Located in Utah within 2.5 hours’ drive from Las Vegas, and protected within the park’s 229 square miles, is a spectacular cliff and canyon landscape where the average February temperature is 57 degrees.
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