Outdoor Nevada follows host John Burke as he crisscrosses the state on the ultimate road trip. Nevada’s ideal climate and varied environments provide endless inspiration for John’s exciting outdoor adventures. His experiences range from extreme to serene and everything in-between. Along the way, he meets locals and experts who share their stories and convey valuable information.Visit Outdoor Nevada Website
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Explore wildlife and an opal mine, then soar with raptors and see Tahoe from a new angle.
Explore Gold Butte, get up close and personal with reptiles and go land sailing.
Cowboy Poetry Gathering, big horn sheep refuge and Sand Mountain.
John joins the Reno Rodeo Cattle Drive and herds 300 head of cattle across two states.
Duck hunting, sustainable living, Red Rock hiking and scuba diving at Lake Tahoe.
Lahontan cutthroat trout, guns and accountability, berry farm and modern-day mining.
Grand Canyon West, Reno fly fishing, Quagga mussels, FootGolf
Rocket launch in Black Rock, JetPack America, Springs Preserve and Houseboat Dinner Cruise
We dig for opals at the Royal Peacock Opal Mine.
John Burke befriends an owl and birds of prey near Reno.
John travels to the border of Idaho to see the fastest mammal in America, the pronghorn.
John experiences Lake Tahoe from a new perspective aboard a seaplane.
We discover the beauty and the history of Nevada's newest national monument.
John falls in love with land sailing as Safak shows him the ins and outs of the sport.
John meets four species of venomous snakes and holds a Gila monster!
John Burke visits the largest wildlife refuge in the Lower 48.
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