January – February 2017
Along with outdoor stories, we’ve got some seriously fun history about five fools riding a flume in 1871. Read that story on page 22, then discover some doubt surrounding the execution of one of Virginia City’s most notorious murderers. Did he or didn’t he? Read about it on page 26. We took to the south this issue for a story on the many off-roading adventures that can be found in Pahrump (see page 40), and we went on a delicious foodie tour on The Strip that was an incredible way to sample some of the city’s best dining. Whet your appetite on page 56.
And finally, a story about accessibility in northern Nevada’s parks and trails. For readers with limited mobility, this story will hopefully entice you to visit some of our most beautiful sights confident that you will be able to enjoy them without limits. Check out page 72.
Ancient Nevada, Part 1: Water
Five Fools On A Flume
Trails For All
A Mysterious Murder On The Comstock
Bringing Books To Life
Nevada State Parks, Part 1
A Bullish Bout you'd Barely Believe
Pahrump: An Off-Road Destination
Nevada Photo Tours
Lip Smacking Foodie Tours