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WELCOME TO NEVADA
From the top of the nation’s largest snow-peaked mountain ranges, to the oasis in the western hemisphere’s lowest point below sea level, Nevada might be the nation’s driest state, but its unique culture and entertainment make it anything but dead.
You might think of it as the gambling state, but silver ore helped put Nevada on the map. Still, housing 17 of the world’s top-20 hotels, Las Vegas has earned its moniker of “Entertainment Capital of the World” — bringing in nearly 7.5 million tourists looking to win big money annually. That’s more than the entire population of New England.
With so much to explore, it’s not surprising that Nevada has about 50,000 miles of paved road. While you’re at it, stop off and say hello to one of the 220,000 wild horses and burros that make up nearly half of America’s population. Just don’t get lost on Nevada’s State Route 375 aka "The Extraterrestrial Highway”, unless you are looking for a fourth-kind encounter.