There are more ghost towns in Nevada than towns occupied by the living. By that count, it would take you years, if not a lifetime, to explore all the ghost towns in the state. If you want to whittle that task down to something more manageable, here are 6
Hoover Dam, Arizona/Nevada - Located in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, the dam was built to impound Lake Mead and create the largest reservoir in the US by volume.
Il Black Rock Desert in Nevada, Da lago a deserto: una distesa piatta…
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9 Jaw-Dropping Sights You Can Only See In Nevada
Milky Way Over Abandoned Kilns ~ Image Credit: Tom McEwan: Historic kilns, built in the in rural Nevada, USA to process local wood into charcoal, the kilns were soon abandoned due to a town fire and flooding, but remain in good condition even today.
Beautifully Bizarre Vegas Road Trip from Orange County, California to Vegas, Nevada. Take the road less traveled.
Yosemite National Park set within California’s Sierra Nevada mountains & famed for its giant, ancient sequoias, and for Tunnel View, the iconic vista of towering Bridalveil Fall and the granite cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome.
Kaolin Wash, Valley Of Fire State Park, Nevada "Pink Canyon" by landscape photographer Eddie Lluisma
Fly Geyser- Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA Does it really spit out water like that?
Lehman Caves Nevada Delicate rare limestone formations make the Lehman Caves one of the most wonderful underground chambers on the globe. Located in the Great Basin National Park, Nevada, USA, the cave was discovered in 1885 by Absalom Lehman.