Enjoy a virtual video trip around Nevada, and keep dreaming of wide open spaces! Locations in the video, in order: Crescent Dunes, Tonopah Wilson Canyon, Yerington Somewhere along Hwy 95 between Tonopah and Vegas Boundary Peak, near Coaldale Winnemucca Winnemucca dunes Carson Valley, Gardnerville Hot springs near Walleys, Genoa Carson Valley, Muller Lane, Minden Carson […]
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Looking from the outside in, sheepherding and Basques in Nevada go hand-in-hand. But for the Basque immigrant life wasn’t that simple. First, he had to overcome a language barrier, as well as homesickness. He then had to learn a completely foreign skill—herding sheep—under strenuous circumstances. ... read more
Picture fly fishing a pristine mountain stream; a poetic scene. The sun is smiling down warmly, the birds are calmly singing, and soothing sounds of nature fill the angler with peace. Each cast is artistic, and nearly every flick of the line leads to a plump trout on the other end. Everything is perfect, and the angler smiles as they have not a care in the world. That is not what fly fishing is like at all. ... read more
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John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band comes to Fallon
The Churchill Arts Council has announced a concert with John Jorgenson Bluegrass Band on Saturday, Nov. 21. The ban is an all-star bluegrass supergroup featuring four legendary, award-winning musicians – John Jorgenson on acoustic guitar, mandolin and vocals; Herb Pedersen on banjo, acoustic guitar and vocals; Mark Fain on bass; and Patrick Sauber on acoustic […]
Hiking the TRT
In August, Nevada Magazine Associate Editor Eric Cachinero hiked the approximately 170-mile Tahoe Rim Trail! He encountered solitude, beauty, and even a rambunctious bear. Check out the teaser video below of his hike, and keep an eye out for the Fall 2020 issue (on newsstands Nov.1), which tells all about his adventures!
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8,183 LBS of Trash removed from Tahoe and Donner
8,183 LBS of small litter removed & thousands of pounds of heavier trash GPS marked for later removal Clean Up the Lake, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has removed 8,183 pounds of trash from Donner Lake & Lake Tahoe. Beginning in July 2020, the Clean Up The Lake dive teams completed a circumnavigated SCUBA clean up […]