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Outdoor Activities

 

 

 

Fly high in the Southern Nevada sky to see Vegas like never before. Vegas Balloon Rides bring people up, up and away for an experience of a lifetime. Peaceful journey’s over the gorgeous desert and mountains costs $200; this destination is well worth the ticket price. Take off no matter if it’s the early morning ride (highly recommend) or another ride, it’s a pleasant ride. Know as the balloon goes up, the temperature goes down. Pack an extra long sleeve top or hoodie just in case it gets too cold up in the sky. Besides the big yellow, orange and red balloon, customer service here is what brings people back here again and again. Pilots are great at their craft, detailing to adventurers about balloon weight, how the balloon takes off, and so much more. At the end of all this, is a champagne toast!

(702) 553-3039

4390 Polaris Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103

 

 

1980 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89135

 

 

Open-air shopping to soak in some of that Nevada sunshine. Downtown Summerlin in western Vegas boasts over 125 shops and restaurants in a vibrant community. Fun note: four-legged friends are allowed to walk around this shopping center. Some stores even put out water bowls! So, an adventurer with their beloved pet can get in some window shopping, sit outside at a restaurant with the pup, and continue enjoying the day. Now upon walking up to Downtown Summerlin, it’s very modernly built… considering it was constructed less than a decade ago. Trees to set the vibe and plenty of seats to take a break from walking around. Unlike some other destination malls, this one has plenty of parking – no matter the season. With music playing throughout the shopping center and views of Red Rock Canyon, this is an ideal wine and dine destination.

+1 (702) 515-5350

1000 Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89161

 

 

 

Nearly 200,000 acres of worldwide geological beauty. Red Rock Canyon, just a few miles west of Las Vegas, is right in Nevada’s Mojave Desert. Before starring at the rocks for hours, this destination will run $15 per car or $5 per person. Nothing too pricey to see red sandstone peaks. Make sure the drive there isn’t accelerated. Really take time to soak up the natural beauty of the drive up to the conservation area. Maybe the drive wasn’t enough? Take the 13-mile scenic drive through Red Rock Canyon, which allows visitors to experience the highs and lows of the canyon. Bicyclists and hikers are also encouraged to enjoy the maze of canyons and peaks. Besides the scenic drive, there are 26 different hikes and trails.

(702) 322-0550

3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

 

 

 

Shopping, dining and entertainment with a side of an observation wheel and zip-lines. The Linq Promenade on the Las Vegas strip – nestled in the area of Caesars Palace – is for the entertainment shopper. Jimmy Kimmel’s comedy club is here for those who like a night of craft cocktails and laughs. Fly Linq, the one and only zip-line on the strip, offers 10 side-by-side zip lines to zoom and enjoy. There’s also helicopter tours, exotic racing, and virtual reality adventures. Stepping aside from the fun, the promenade is such a cool vibe to shop around. Lots of lights to attract shoppers to specific stores and restaurants. To be honest, it’s like walking around Universal Citywalk. Parking may cost more than $10, but get the ticket validated at the restaurant of choice.

 

(702) 322-0550

3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

 

 

For most people, they come to The Linq Promenade for the iconic, 550-foot-high observation wheel. It takes about 30 minutes to complete one full revolution and gives travelers a glass-enclosed cabin with unreal views of Vegas. It’ll cost about $21 a ticket, which is a great price to have a memory of a lifetime. A great choice for an adventurer looking to put a bow tie on their Vegas trip or maybe take a date out and enjoy the Las Vegas light-shows from above. Don’t forget to stop by the Total Snapshot kiosk to buy a commemorative photo of your High Roller experience. Also, there’s a happy half hour special that may open up to a whole lot of fun. About $15 more than a regular ticket, travelers will be upgraded to an open bar and bartender to amplify the entire experience.

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