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Things to do that are NOT gambling?

Discussion in 'Events & Entertainment' started by Dave F., Mar 30, 2016.

  1. Dave F.

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    Hey everyone! I have another trip for Las Vegas planned this year and it got me thinking, what sort of things can I do that are not on the casino floor? What sort of things does everyone here enjoy doing, I'd love to hear some suggestions too!

    I guess my question is, what are some cool things I may have not seen before and does anyone have any tips for doing cool things away from the casinos? Look forward to hearing all the responses!
     
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    The Slotzilla zip line on Fremont street is on my Vegas to do list.
     
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  4. Dave F.

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    Link should be working now, first time user on this forum, sorry ha!
     
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    Depending on what time of year......I've been hiking out at Red Rock a few times. It's good for a change of pace.
     
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    I read about a Hoover Dam Kayak tour . People loved it and highly recommended it. It sounded fantastic.

    I think this is the company...........

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    I removed the link.

    random links to blogs are not allowed from new members.
     
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    Whilst I'll be arriving in Vegas on the 10th April, I have friends coming in and we are planning on the 22nd and 23rd April for hiking activities. Is there a link that will give us a MAP to follow for a decent trail (with respect to Hiking out at Red Rock Canyon) that you would recommend. Thanks. (It took me nearly 17 years to finally take a Helicopter Tour of the Grand Canyon...and so 21 years for Red Rock Canyon is probably on par with that...)
     
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    The 2 times I've hiked at Red Rock, we just went on our own. The trails have well marked entry points.
    Friends have also done a guided hike and enjoyed it.

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