This exploration of Nevada’s surprising side features the Silver State’s history and natural wonders. Ancient trees and early man are represented throughout the Valley of First State Park, the oldest and largest of Nevada’s state parks, by areas of petrified wood and 3,000 year-old Indian petroglyphs. Choose from kayaking and river rafting for a unique recreational activity; get your hands dirty at the Lost City Museum as you learn corn grinding, fiber making, petroglyph/pictograph painting, sherd/lithic (stone tool) sorting, and learn to throw an Atlatl. In Ely, the Nevada Northern Railway Museum is the oldest survivor of a grand time in Nevada’s history, with 70 buildings and structures dating from 1906.
Begins and ends in Las Vegas, NV.
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