Mt. Charleston Wild Horses / photo by Sam Shots

            Things to do? An endless supply.
             Las Vegas is a complete tourist destination, from the luxury Hotel Resort destinations to the entire Las Vegas experience, wih endless things to do. Once known only for gambling Las Vegas offers everything the mind can imagine.
             For the Outdoorsman the list of tours and rides is endless. There is the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, the Colorado River, Helicopter Rides, winter snow skiing at Mt. Charleston, and closer to Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon.
             Red Rock, 30 minutes from the Las Vegas strip, offers spectacular views, rock climbing, horse back riding, and much more.

From the top of the Eiffel Tower Looking Down

            Even closer to or on the Las Vegas Strip. The High Roller, the Linq Walkway, The Eiffel Towe at the Paris Hotel Casino, Mandalay, and more. Downtown you have the Mob Museum, and the Smith Center, and much more.


            Las Vegas like any other City offers a plethora of families activities. In addition to a variety of outdoor activities, like the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, the Colorado River, and Helicopter Rides there are a host of museums and other family activities close to the Las Vegas Strip. The Discovery Children's Museum, Las Vegas Springs Preserve, the National Atomic Testing ( Area 51) Museum, and  "SHARK TANKS"  are a few.

An Outdoor, Las Vegas Adventure, and Family Activity

The Seven Magic Mountains
S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89054

            Officially unveiled on May 11, 2016, the Seven Magic Mountains will be on display in the Las Vegas Desert for the next two years.
            Driving along Interstate 15 to Las Vegas you may think you are experiencing an actual mirage.  Fuzzy at first, a Day-Glo-drenched Stonehenge of sorts finally comes into focus about 10 miles south of Sin City. It’s OK to pull over and walk around — just watch out for venomous snakes, as signs warn visitors at Seven Magic Mountains, an epic land artwork comprising a series of stacked boulder sculptures by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone.