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5 places in Nevada that will scare your backpacks off

Waking up after a crazy night in Vegas without your shoes and credit card, actually seeing yourself in the mirror after said night out, and coincidentally having a heart attack when you check your bank account… all these are scary experiences you may be familiar with. But what about the genuinely freaky stuff? If you’re one of those people that enjoy being scared, you might want to check out these places:

Mizpah Hotel in Tonopah

Ghost adventures #tonopah #mizpahhotel

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8 alternative activities in Las Vegas

When we say ‘Vegas’, what do you think of? Neon lights, all-you-can-eat shrimp buffets, casinos and frozen margaritas? All wonderful things, but what if we told you that Vegas wasn’t just about booze and betting? We’ve compiled a list of cool stuff that you can do when you want to take a break from the madness (and these experiences harbour zero regret the following morning).

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Nevada: a playground for the outdoorsy type

If feeling the wind in your hair and a backpack on your back is where you feel most at home, then we have just the place for you my friend: Nevada. It’s a state that’s often left undiscovered as travellers fly in and out of Vegas nursing their seven day hangovers, but you need to wander further than the strip. After all, what are travellers really about, if not for getting off the beaten path?

1. Nevada is all about the national parks


Lake Mead with its canyons and kayaking, Great Basin National Park with its incredible night skies, and Death Valley (thankfully not named for the reason you might think – although it actually has some impressive salt mounds named Devil’s Golf Course, and who wouldn’t want to check that out?). Time to lace up those hiking boots!
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150 reasons to visit Canada: part 3

Deep breaths… Here we have it. Part 3. The FINAL 50 reasons to visit Canada (sings ‘It’s the final countdown’ #TUNE)

101. The Hemloft is a treehouse in the woods of Whistler. Something all childhood dreams are made of…

#thehemloft #treehouse #gopro #todsl #outdoors #canada #wanderlust #lovetotravel

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150 reasons to visit Canada: part 2

Hello lovely readers! Ready for the second part of this epic list of reasons to get to Canada? Read on …

51. You can go on the Gold Rush Trail route in BC – the largest left in Canada.

52. Imagine the birds-eye view of that stunning Canadian scenery while skydiving.
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