Celebrating Nevada’s Sesquicentennial: What’s your favorite place in Nevada to take in the scenery?

For every month leading up to Nevada’s 150th birthday (Oct. 31, 2014), we’ll post one Nevada- or birthday-themed question along with responses from every Imagine team member. This month is a Nevada question. Please join us as we think about our favorite places to take in the scenery. And if you’d like, please comment on our blog to tell us yours!

Melissa Biernacinski serves as Director of Media Relations for Imagine Communications. Email Melissa at mbiernacinski@weareimagine.com.

What’s your favorite place in Nevada to take in the scenery?

“After recently driving across the country to move to a brand new environment, I realized some of the true beauties of where I spent the majority of my life growing up. Mountains are greatly missed, and colorful sunsets all across the valley are just not the same outside of Nevada. No need to name a specific location; all you have to do is appreciate what surrounds you.” –Julie

Lake Tahoe.” –Donna

“As you enter Summerlin Parkway eastbound from the 215, there is an amazing view. Unfortunately, it’s always a quick look since I am driving about 60 mph.” –Cynthia

“Even though I have lived in Las Vegas for about 16 years, I still love looking at the Strip. There is a spot on the northeast side of town (by Nellis) where you can see the FULL strip, from old downtown to the Mandalay Bay. Even though some may not consider that “scenery,” nothing takes my breath away more than seeing New Year’s Eve fireworks from my favorite spot.” –Tamara

Red Rock, Mount Charleston and Lee Canyon.” –Tiffannie

Red Rock is beautiful. It holds a special place in my heart because that’s where my husband proposed.” –Megan

Zip lining in Bootleg Canyon. Four beautiful hours of hovering over the desert.” –Diana

“Urban = Stratosphere. Rural = Valley of Fire.” –Jim

Red Rock Canyon.” –Alex

“Anywhere there is a slot machine.” –Nadia

Valley of Fire.” –Gail

“Tahoe.” –Brian

“I actually really love the view from our office. You can see the entire valley from our windows; it’s wonderful!” –Melissa

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