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Las Vegas Strip Run
"The Las Vegas Strip is probably the most iconic symbol in all of Las Vegas and most of the time it is seen by car on the way from point A to point B. A lot of the character of the Strip can be missed this way however which makes this a great place to take in on your next Run/Walk.Las Vegas Strip Run Tour begins and ends centrally on the Las Vegas Strip. After a short warm up / stretch you're off and running. Your running tour is a 4.2 mile run and is designed from beginners to advanced. Your guide will describe points of interest as well as stop and take pictures along the way.  Many sights can be seen on this run and it will give you a good workout with climbing stairs on the side street crossov you can get cooled off periodically by misters spraying a fog of mist on you along the the way. So leave your water bottle at home but make sure you bring your camera to take pictures of some interesting scenery.What you get:Run tour pictures"""Get some exercise while you're on vacation on one of the most iconic stretches of road in the world - the Las Vegas Strip! You will run past most of the major hotels and casinos on the strip as well as a stop at the famous ""Welcome To Las Vegas"" sign. from beginners to advanced."
From $35.00
 
Downtown Las Vegas by Trike including Pawn Stars
"See what Las Vegas has to offer on this 5-hour trike tour of the Las Vegas Strip. After your pickup you'll be taken to the starting point where you'll learn how to operate your trike go over safety instructions and meet your guide.Your tour will first stop at the famous 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign for a a photo opportunity before stopping at the Shelby American Museum an amazing stop for muscle car enthusiasts. You'll then continue to the locations of popular TV shows such as History Channel;s Pawn Stars andCount's Kustoms from Counting Cars.Next you'll cruise over to Downtown Las Vegas to Fremon home of the Famous Fremont Street Experience the Slotzilla Zip Lines and the Container Park. Please note: price displayed is valid for up to two (2) passengers per trike. If you wish to drive your own trike you must make separate bookings."
From $100.00
 
Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Scooter and Food Tour
"This tour provides an exciting laugh-out-loud experience visiting and exploring famous Las Vegas landmarks while eating at award winning local favorite restaurants. The 4-hour all inclusive service starts the minute you are picked-up from your Las Vegas hotel. You'll be brought to the starting location for an overview of how to operate your scooter in a fun and safe manner. Once everyone stopping to take photos at the iconic 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign before making a stop at The Bellagio to see the botanical garden Chihuly “Fiori di Como” glass sculpture exhibit and the world's tallest chocolate fountain.You'll then travel north up the Strip past the Venetian Palazzo and the Wynn as crowds of people make you feel like a celebrity when they smile honk
From $270.00

More Things to Do in Frenchglen

WHITEHORSE RANCH

One thing you can notice when you are driving in eastern Oregon is that ranches tend to be very large operations. Water and grazing land for cattle is scarce in the desert out here. The Whitehorse...
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Sep 13, 2010

FIELDS STATION

A few homes, an elementary school - originally, there was only one teacher, but there are two today, a store/gas station/cafe ... this is Fields. Named after Charles Fields who established the station...
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Sep 13, 2010

BLM WILDHORSE CORRALS

Wildhorses and burros have thrived in western desert regions growing to populations that jeopardize the ecology and compete with range cattle. In response, The BLM goes out periodically and gathers up...
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Sep 13, 2010

MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

I am not a birder, but if I was .... Over 320 species of bird - 58 species of mammal - can be found on this main stop along the Pacific Flyway. Extensive marshlands surrounding both Harney and Malheur...
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Sep 13, 2010

FRENCH ROUND BARN

Round barns were popular in the latter part of the 19th century in America - though they had been around before that time. Structurally, they were efficient in use and simpler in design due to lack of...
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Sep 13, 2010

WILDHORSE LAKE

Wildhorse Lake is not only the biggest on Steens Mountain, it is the largest alpine lake in the entire Great Basin. The lake is trapped on a high bench in the upper regions of the glacially-cut...
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Sep 13, 2010
 
 
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SUMMIT

Access to the true summit of Steens Mountain is via a two-mile road that separates the Steens Byway into northern and southern sections. From the parking lot at 9,500, you walk up a steep jeep road...
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Sep 13, 2010

BIG INDIAN GORGE

This viewpoint is found along the way to the Summit trailhead off the main byway. The Big Indian Gorge is one of the four major canyons that cut deeply into the mountainscape here. It is possible to...
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Sep 13, 2010

LITTLE BLITZEN GORGE

The next glacial gorge after Kiger is this one, down which flows the Little Blitzen River, one of 27 perennial streams that flow off Steens Mountain. Like the Kiger Gorge, this is another U-shaped...
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Sep 13, 2010

EAST RIM OVERLOOK

This is as high as you can drive your car in Oregon - 9,730 feet high. The view is a knockout. On a clear day you look out over hundreds of miles. To the east, the mountain drops precipitously over...
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Sep 13, 2010

KIGER GORGE OVERLOOK

Not far past the highest campground on the norther circuit of the Byway is a small road leading off the the Kiger Gorge Overlook. Take it! Like many other Great Basin ranges, the Steens were subject...
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Sep 13, 2010

STEENS MOUNTAIN BYWAY

Steens Mountain - it is singular and not plural - is a magnificent example of a Great Basin fault-block range with a gentler rising western side and a dramatic cliffside to the east where it drops off...
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Sep 13, 2010

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