By OTS Staff
Nearly 58 miles beyond the city of Las Vegas, fiery Aztec mountains of sandstone millions of years old captivate adventurers from all over the world.
Cruising in her hot pink Tesla, Jenna Nye ventures out into Nevada’s oldest and largest state park, The Valley of Fire.
Jenna boldly explores the radiant mountains gleaming in various shades of red, orange and pink.
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In addition to her day trip, she captures breathtaking footage of another side of Nevada that deserves just as much hype as the stunning Las Vegas Strip skyline.
• The Valley of Fire is a Nevada state park that’s open year round from dawn to dusk.
• Nevada State Parks says The Valley of Fire consists of 40,000 acres of red Aztec sandstone.
• Many movies have filmed scenes at The Valley of Fire, including “Star Trek: Generations” and “Transformers.”
• Start the Passport Challenge by receiving a free passport pamphlet at the visitor center. The challenge encourages locals and tourists to visit all 15 Nevada state parks and experience diverse cultural histories and unique geological landscapes.
• The entrance fee is $10.
The Valley of Fire State Park is located at 29450 Valley of Fire Road in Overton, Nevada.