Las Vegas’ best disc golf course is nowhere near the city’s neon; it’s in the mountains surrounding the city, just 35 miles to the north at the Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort (LVSSR). Voted the No.1 disc golf course in Las Vegas, the 5,800-foot course sits among the aspen and bristlecone pines in the beautiful Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, the largest national forest in the lower 48 states.

The challenging, high-altitude course, starting at 9,400 feet in elevation and weaving its way through the resort’s mountain terrain, is a unique disc golf experience. Players can scale the mountain terrain or take a chairlift to the tee while catching glimpses of wild horses, deer and the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area.

Disc golf gear rental packages that include a lift ride to each tee are available at Lee Canyon Sports, located in the base lodge. Packages are $19 for adults and $14 for children 13 years old and younger. Packages include the rental of one driver, one putter, a course map, and a chairlift ticket. Disc golf gear is also available for purchse. Disc golf season passes are $50 for the summer season running Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Guests with their own gear can play free of charge and get a little extra exercise hiking the course rather than using the lift.