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Nevada is a wide-open expanse of mountains, valleys, lakes, and most of all, roads. A seemingly endless network of paved highways, gravel roads, and backcountry trails link one adventure to the next.
The automotive spirit is alive and well in Nevada. With a vast network of open roads and breathtaking scenic byways, there’s no better way to explore Nevada than by car. But this is not your average road trip. Fuel stations, restrooms and even access to water can be far between. Pack extra supplies and don’t forget the chains come winter.
|FROM||TO||DRIVE TIME (HOURS)||MILES/KM|
|Grand Canyon||Las Vegas||4.5||275/443|
|Los Angeles, CA||Las Vegas||4||270/435|
|Phoenix, AZ||Las Vegas||5||286/460|
|San Diego, CA||Las Vegas||5||332/534|
|Zion National Park||Las Vegas||2.75||163/262|
|Salt Lake City, UT||Reno||7.25||519/835|
|San Francisco, CA||Reno||3.75||218/351|
You never know what you’ll see or whom you’ll meet on public transportation, but you’re bound to arrive with a great story or two.
Reno-Tahoe International Airport and McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas) are the largest airports in Nevada, serving multiple destinations. Boulder City, North Las Vegas and Elko are smaller, regional airports with limited service. Las Vegas to Reno is the only nonstop flight instate, with many daily options.
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