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October 22, 2014
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Along the Way

Along the Way

Within a half day's drive of Las Vegas are some of the most fascinating places on Earth. David Bert invites you to experience some of the more unusual stops Along the Way. Sponsored by the Clark County Credit Union.

In August 2007 National Geographic Adventure named Las Vegas - #1 Place to Live and Play. Mentioned in the article is Dave Bert who also leads day trips at Red Rock Casino. Read about why Las Vegas is #1. Send your comments to letters@knpr.org.

Archives

Apr 2, 2008 | Ramona Pagaent
Experience the California of the 1850's, outdoors at the Ramona Pagaent in Hemet, California.

Mar 26, 2008 | Pupfish
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a remarkable desert oasis 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas...and home to a number of endangered species including the Pupfish.

Mar 19, 2008 | Gilcrease Bird Sanctuary
A life-long fascination with birds leads Bill Gilcrease to create a bird sanctuary in northwest Las Vegas.

Mar 12, 2008 | Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort
A replica of the original 1855 Mormon settlement is located just north of downtown Las Vegas.

Mar 5, 2008 | Zzyzx
The little town in the middle of the desert with the unusual name, has more to offer than you might think.

Feb 27, 2008 | Emerald Pool Trail at Zion
Join us for a hike along the Emerald Pool Trail at Zion National Park.

Feb 20, 2008 | Chloride, AZ
Just off the highway to Kingman, a ghost town and surprising public art.

Feb 13, 2008 | Gold Rush Days
Ranching and mining is how Wickenburg got it's start, and they make a point of not forgetting their heritage. So every February they hold the annual Gold Rush Days, and even if you're not a cowboy or a miner you can still have a heck of a good time.

Feb 6, 2008 | Racetrack Playa
Investigate the mysterious sliding rocks of Racetrack Playa in Death Valley.

Jan 30, 2008 | Mojave Max
Sometime in the next couple of months, a desert tortoise will emerge from his burrow. Hear about the Mojave Max Emergence Contest.

Jan 23, 2008 | White Dome Trail
A trail at the Valley of Fire is convenient, easy and a wonder to behold.

Jan 16, 2008 | Heritage Museum
On this one small cul-de-sac at the Heritage Museum, decades of Las Vegas history are preserved. But be prepared, there are times when the tableaus are a bit too realistic.

Jan 9, 2008 | Bald Eagles
Join David Bert in search of Bald Eagles at Lake Mead.

Jan 2, 2008 | Spring Mountain Ranch
There have been a number of people, including Howard Hughes, who have owned the Spring Mountain Ranch House over the years, and each has left their mark.

Dec 26, 2007 | Death Valley - Titus Canyon
David Bert takes us on a hike through Titus Canyon at Death Valley National Park. As the park guide explains, most of the plants stick, sting or stink.

Dec 19, 2007 | Las Vegas Springs Preserve
Experience the prehistoric birth of Las Vegas at the Springs Preserve.

Dec 12, 2007 | Kelso Dunes
Join David Bert for a trip to the Mojave National Preserve and hike through the Kelso Dunes.

Dec 5, 2007 | Devil's Hole
Ash Meadows is home to 'Devil's Hole' and the pupfish, a survivor of thousands of years in this desert refuge.

Nov 28, 2007 | Keystone Thrust
Red Rock is the home of many natural wonders, including a geological anomaly known as the Keystone Thrust.

Nov 21, 2007 | China Ranch
Just minutes from Las Vegas, a lush desert oasis with interesting trails to hike, the Amargossa River...and delicious milkshakes when the hike is over.

Nov 14, 2007 | Pine Creek Trail
Red Rock Canyon has many interesting hiking trails. One of David Bert's favorites in the Pine Creek Trail.

Nov 7, 2007 | Zion Day Trip
A trip to Zion National Park should include some stops along the way.

Oct 31, 2007 | Nature Photography
David Bert learns the secrets of nature photography from Mark Andrews.

Oct 3, 2007 | Tarantulas
Go for a hike in the desert and you might find a tarantula. But they're nothing to be afraid of.

Sep 26, 2007 | Fall Colors
Take a trip to enjoy the autumn colors in Utah on the Markagunt plateau in the Cedar City Ranger district.

Sep 19, 2007 | Spring Valley State Park
A Lincoln County showcase, this state park is one of the most popular, and well worth a visit.

Sep 12, 2007 | Star Party
On September 30th the Las Vegas Astronomical Society will hold their 19th Annual Cathedral Gorge Star Party. With good weather and a new moon this one should be as fun and educational as the one we visited two years ago.

Sep 5, 2007 | Non-native Species
Southern Nevada is home to numerous species of plants, animals and insects who have adapted over thousands of years to live in the desert. Unfortunately they're joined by some non-native species.

Aug 29, 2007 | Monarch Butterflies
As they near the end of their migration back to Santa Cruz California you might have an opportunity to see a few Monarch butterflies. Particularly if you've planted some of their favorite food in your garden.

Aug 22, 2007 | Shoshone Museum
The Shoshone Museum, located in a tiny town on the edge of Death Valley, is one of the finest regional museums in the Southwest.

Aug 15, 2007 | Vermilion Castle Trail
Whether you're headed to the Utah Shakespearean Festival or just looking for a little cooler temperatures, Dave Bert recommends taking a hike in Dixie National Forest.

Aug 8, 2007 | Greenshow at the Utah Shakespearean Fest.
The Shakespearean experience begins with the Greenshow.

Aug 1, 2007 | Twisted Forest Trail
David Bert takes us on the Twisted Forest Trail in the Dixie National Forest near Brianhead, Utah.

Jul 18, 2007 | Summer in Brianhead
Known for its great snow skiing, the Brianhead, UT area is also a great place to get away from the summer heat.

Jul 11, 2007 | Mary Jane Falls
Last week David Bert took us to Big Falls on Mt Charleston. This week he started hiking in the same direction, but wound up at very different kind of waterfall.

Jul 4, 2007 | July 4th in Ely
Everyone's a 'local' when you go to Ely for the annual 4th of July festivities.

Jun 20, 2007 | Ghost Train
Take a trip to Ely and ride on the Ghost Train.

Jun 6, 2007 | Big Falls
This week on Along the Way we're hiking a trail that doesn't exist to a giant waterfall that may not exist much longer.

May 30, 2007 | Lehman Caves
Since 1885, the Lehman Caves have been a curiosity and tourist attraction. From the 'gothic palace' to the glowing rock in the 'inscription room', it's a unique adventure.

May 23, 2007 | Windsor Castle
Pipe Spring National Monument features an imposing-looking fort that is actually a ranchhouse built in 1872.

May 16, 2007 | Pipe Spring National Monument
A little known gem of the National Park System, it's rich with American Indian, early explorer and Mormon pioneer history.

May 9, 2007 | Freeway Bypass
Get off the freeways and you'll find the Discovery Center in Barstow.

May 1, 2007 | Techatticup Mine
David Berts takes us on a trip to this historic mine near Nelson, NV.

Apr 24, 2007 | Desert Tortoise
Visit Red Rock to learn about the desert tortoise.

Apr 18, 2007 | Anasazi
Join David Bert goes in a search of Anasazi artifacts in the Moapa Valley.

Apr 11, 2007 | Cathedral Gorge
Located just north of Panaca, Cathedral Gorge State Park features trails for exploring the cave-like formations and cathedral-like spires.

Apr 4, 2007 | Ely Murals
Mining town endures through determination and the creation of murals.

Mar 28, 2007 | Scotty's Castle
David Bert takes us behind the scenes for a technology tour of Scotty's Castle in Death Valley.

Mar 21, 2007 | Roadtrip
Spring is a great time for a road trip. The critters are frisky, the wildflowers are in bloom and people are out celebrating. This week we're reminded that some of the most successful road trips aren't even planned.

Mar 14, 2007 | Llama Packing
Join David Bert for a back-country trip where the llamas do most of the work.

Mar 7, 2007 | Corn Creek
Located 25 miles from Las Vegas, the Corn Creek Field Station is an oasis in the desert for wildlife.

Feb 28, 2007 | Cowbirds
We look at cowbirds to examine one of the ways we impact our environment and how government agencies are working together to understand what the future may bring.

Feb 21, 2007 | Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Travel to Wickenburg, AZ to find a surprisingly good museum.

Feb 14, 2007 | Lost Creek Trail
As Spring arrives this trail will embody the beauty of Red Rock Canyon. Waterfalls, wildflowers, as well as natural and cultural resources are here. And best of all it's contained in a trail of a mile or less.

Jan 31, 2007 | Kelso Depot
A short drive from Las Vegas, in the Mojave National Perserve you will find a restored train depot that revives the glory years of a nearly-forgotten town.

Jan 24, 2007 | Cowboy Poets
David Bert takes us to the Cowboy Poets Gathering in Elko.

Jan 17, 2007 | Quick Trip
David Bert takes friends on a quick trip up the highway to the Valley of Fire and Overton.

Jan 10, 2007 | Nevada Test Site Tour
Join David Bert for a tour of Mercury, Frenchman Flat and other historic locations at the Nevada Test Site.

Jan 3, 2007 | Liberace Museum
It's more than Liberace. It's a history of Las Vegas showbiz.

Dec 27, 2006 | Art in Las Vegas
You don't have to go far to find some impressive contemporary art in downtown Las Vegas.

Dec 20, 2006 | Best Friends
While visiting Zion National Park, check out the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.

Dec 13, 2006 | The Great Unconformity
Sunrise Mountain is home to one of the geological wonders of the world.

Dec 6, 2006 | Zion Museum
David Bert takes us to the museum at Zion National Park.

Nov 29, 2006 | Cafe' C'est Si Bon
One man's dream to create an eclectic, European-style cafe' on the edge of Death Valley.

Nov 22, 2006 | Cowboy Shooters
On the second Sunday of every month they gather in a remote section of the desert to compete and socialize. This week on Along the Way we travel back in time to the 1880s with the Nevada Rangers Cowboy Action Shooting Society.

Nov 15, 2006 | La Madre Springs Trail
Join David Bert for the sights and sounds of this special in Red Rock Canyon.

Nov 8, 2006 | Mitchell Caverns
Jack and Ida Mitchell created a tourist stop in the middle of the Mojave Desert that offers unique geological formations.

Nov 1, 2006 | Wetlands Park
On the east side of the Las Vegas Valley you can escape in the Wetlands Park.

Oct 25, 2006 | Bat Man
Journey to a bat cave to find out how man has used and harmed the bats, and how some are working to protect the bats.

Oct 4, 2006 | Goldwell Open Air Museum
An unlikely group of Belgian artists created an art consisting of seven outdoor sculptures that are colossal not only in their scale, but in their placement within the vastness of the Mojave desert.

Sep 27, 2006 | Wild Mustangs
Just minutes from Las Vegas, discover wild mustangs roaming Red Rock National Conservation Area.

Sep 20, 2006 | Desert Demonstration Gardens
Take time out to enjoy the perfect garden get-away, The Springs Preserve, right in the middle of a bustling city.

Sep 6, 2006 | Rattlesnakes
The rattle is a scary sound, but the more you know about rattlesnakes the better off you'll be.

Aug 30, 2006 | First Friday
On the First Friday web site they say 'There's no better way to celebrate a three-day weekend than beginning it with First Friday'. Join David Bert for a trip to downtown Las Vegas for a monthly event you'll enjoy.

Aug 23, 2006 | Lost City Museum
In Overton, visit a museum dedicated to preserving the artifacts of the Anasazi Indians who lived in Nevada more than 1,000 years ago.

Aug 16, 2006 | Palm Springs Tram
Summer or winter, the Palm Springs Tram is an easy way to enjoy the wilderness.

Aug 9, 2006 | Lizards
Learn about the amazing world of reptiles in the desert. For instance, the Chuckwalla is not just another lizard. It can expand the size of its body in order to wedge itself betwen rocks.

Aug 2, 2006 | The Huntington
The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens are worth the trip to San Marino, California.

Jul 26, 2006 | Shakespeare Backstage
Go backstage at the Utah Shakespearean Festival to get some real insight into the popular plays.

Jul 12, 2006 | Gourmet Road Food
Just because you're on the road doesn't mean you have to settle for ordinary fast food. When in LA, check out Tommy's and Pink's.

Jul 5, 2006 | Shakespeare Festival Orientation
Planning a trip to the Utah Shakespearean Festival? David Bert takes us through 'orientation'.

Jun 28, 2006 | Shark Reef
There's a great place to see exotic sharks and other aquatic creatures..and you don't have to go far to find them.

Jun 21, 2006 | Taylor Creek Trail
If Shakespeare is your goal, make a stop at Zion National Park and try the Taylor Creek Trail.

Jun 14, 2006 | Desert Pocket Mouse
The ongoing environmental studies at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve include small mammal surveys. Fieldwork includes the discovery of the desert pocket mouse.

Jun 7, 2006 | Pioche Courthouse
Originally the Lincoln County Courthouse was to cost $26,400, but by the time the corrupt politicians were done it cost nearly $1,000,000.

May 31, 2006 | Luv-It Frozen Custard
You don't have to go far to join David Bert and Paula Francis for this week's trip...and we're sure you'll 'Luvit'.

May 24, 2006 | The Getty Center
The Getty Center in Los Angeles is a short drive from Las Vegas, and offers an amazing collection.

May 17, 2006 | Bristlecone Pine Trail
Take a hike along the Bristlecone Pine Trail on Mt. Charleston.

May 10, 2006 | Manhattan, NV
Like many Nevada ghost towns, Manhattan was once the site of several thriving goldmines. When the mines played out, the town nearly disappeared.

Apr 26, 2006 | Keepers of the Wild
Located 27 miles south of Hoover Dam, Keepers of the Wild is home and safe haven for exotic animals.

Mar 1, 2006 | Day Trip from Las Vegas
Head for Scotty's Castle first, then follow David Bert's trail back to Las Vegas for an interesting day trip.

Feb 15, 2006 | Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Travel to Wickenburg, AZ to find a surprisingly good museum.

Jan 4, 2006 | Kelso Depot
A short drive from Las Vegas, in the Mojave National Perserve you will find a restored train depot that revives the glory years of a nearly-forgotten town.

Dec 21, 2005 | Las Vegas Springs Archaeology
Experience the prehistoric birth of Las Vegas at the Springs Preserve.

Jun 1, 2005 | Bone Yard
The Bone Yard is preserving the neon signs of years past.

May 25, 2005 | Neon Museum
Bright lights helped make Las Vegas what it is today. The Neon Museum preserves the great signs.

Mar 23, 2005 | Corn Creek
Located 25 miles from Las Vegas, the Corn Creek Field Station is an oasis in the desert for wildlife.

Mar 16, 2005 | Cowbirds
We look at cowbirds to examine one of the ways we impact our environment and how government agencies are working together to understand what the future may bring.

Mar 9, 2005 | Nevada State Museum
A visit to the Nevada State Museum and Historical Society is an in-town trip worth taking.

Mar 2, 2005 | Lost Creek Trail
As Spring arrives this trail will embody the beauty of Red Rock Canyon. Waterfalls, wildflowers, as well as natural and cultural resources are here. And best of all it's contained in a trail of a mile or less.

Feb 23, 2005 | Nevada Test Site Tour
Join David Bert for a tour of Mercury, Frenchman Flat and other historic locations at the Nevada Test Site.

Feb 9, 2005 | Sandy Valley Ranch
David Bert explores his inner cowboy.

Feb 2, 2005 | Liberace Museum
It's more than Liberace. It's a history of Las Vegas showbiz.

Jan 26, 2005 | Art in Las Vegas
You don't have to go far to find some impressive contemporary art in downtown Las Vegas.

Jan 19, 2005 | Best Friends
While visiting Zion National Park, check out the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.

Jan 12, 2005 | Quick Trip
David Bert takes friends on a quick trip up the highway to the Valley of Fire and Overton.

Jan 5, 2005 | The Great Unconformity
Sunrise Mountain is home to one of the geological wonders of the world.

Dec 29, 2004 | Zion Museum
David Bert takes us to the museum at Zion National Park.

Dec 23, 2004 | Cafe' C'est Si Bon
One man's dream to create an eclectic, European-style cafe' on the edge of Death Valley.

Dec 15, 2004 | Nativity Tradition
A short drive to Henderson results in a memorable Christmas encounter.

Dec 8, 2004 | Cowboy Shooters
On the second Sunday of every month they gather in a remote section of the desert to compete and socialize. This week on Along the Way we travel back in time to the 1880s with the Nevada Rangers Cowboy Action Shooting Society.

Dec 1, 2004 | La Madre Springs Trail
Join David Bert for the sights and sounds of this special in Red Rock Canyon.

Nov 24, 2004 | Anasazi
Join David Bert in a search for Anasazi artifacts in the Moapa Valley.

Nov 17, 2004 | Mitchell Caverns
Jack and Ida Mitchell created a tourist stop in the middle of the Mojave Desert that offers unique geological formations.

Nov 3, 2004 | Wetlands Park
On the east side of the Las Vegas Valley you can escape in the Wetlands Park.

Oct 27, 2004 | Bat - Man
Journey to a bat cave to find out how man has used and harmed the bats, and how some are working to protect the bats.

Oct 13, 2004 | Goldwell Open Air Museum
An unlikely group of Belgian artists created an art consisting of seven outdoor sculptures that are colossal not only in their scale, but in their placement within the vastness of the Mojave desert.

Oct 6, 2004 | Wild Mustangs
Just minutes from Las Vegas, discover wild mustangs roaming Red Rock National Conservation Area.

Sep 29, 2004 | Desert Demonstration Gardens
Take time out to enjoy the perfect garden get-away, right in the middle of a bustling city.

Sep 22, 2004 | Devil's Hole
Ash Meadows is home to 'Devil's Hole' and the pupfish, a survivor of thousands of years in this desert refuge.

Sep 15, 2004 | Rattlesnakes
The rattle is a scary sound, but the more you know about rattlesnakes the better off you'll be.

Sep 8, 2004 | First Friday
On the First Friday web site they say 'There's no better way to celebrate a three-day weekend than beginning it with First Friday'. Join David Bert for a trip to downtown Las Vegas for a monthly event you'll enjoy.

Sep 1, 2004 | Race for Atlantis
You don't even need to leave Las Vegas to find an entertaining activity for residents or visitors.

Aug 25, 2004 | Lost City Museum
In Overton, visit a museum dedicated to preserving the artifacts of the Anasazi Indians who lived in Nevada more than 1,000 years ago.

Aug 18, 2004 | Palm Springs Tram
Summer or winter, the Palm Springs Tram is an easy way to enjoy the wilderness.

Aug 11, 2004 | Lizards
Learn about the amazing world of reptiles in the desert. For instance, the Chuckwalla is not just another lizard. It can expand the size of its body in order to wedge itself betwen rocks.

Aug 4, 2004 | The Huntington
The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens are worth the trip to San Marino, California.

Jul 28, 2004 | Backstage Tour
Go backstage at the Utah Shakespearean Festival to get some real insight into the popular plays.

Jul 14, 2004 | Pine Valley Mountain Chapel
More than 100 years old, this is the oldest Mormon chapel in continuous use. Completed in 1868, it's just up the highway near St. George, Utah.

Jul 7, 2004 | Gourmet Road Food
Just because you're on the road doesn't mean you have to settle for ordinary fast food. When in LA, check out Tommy's and Pink's.

Jun 30, 2004 | Shakespeare Festival Orientation
Planning a trip to the Utah Shakespearean Festival? David Bert takes us through 'orientation'.

Jun 23, 2004 | Shark Reef
There's a great place to see exotic sharks and other aquatic creatures..and you don't have to go far to find them.

Jun 16, 2004 | Taylor Creek Trail
If Shakespeare is your goal, make a stop at Zion National Park and try the Taylor Creek Trail.

Jun 9, 2004 | Luv-It Frozen Custard
You don't have to go far to join David Bert and Paula Francis for this week's trip...and we're sure you'll 'Luvit'.

Jun 2, 2004 | Pioche Courthouse
Built in 1871, the 'Million Dollar Courthouse' is an interesting step back in time.

May 26, 2004 | Desert Pocket Mouse
The ongoing environmental studies at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve include small mammal surveys. Fieldwork includes the discovery of the desert pocket mouse.

May 19, 2004 | Bristlecone Pine Trail
Take a hike along the Bristlecone Pine Trail on Mt. Charleston.

May 12, 2004 | The Getty
The Getty Center in Los Angeles is a short drive from Las Vegas, and offers an amazing collection.

May 5, 2004 | Manhattan, NV
Like many Nevada ghost towns, Manhattan was once the site of several thriving goldmines. When the mines played out, the town nearly disappeared.

Apr 28, 2004 | Keepers of the Wild
Located 27 miles south of Hoover Dam, Keepers of the Wild is home and safe haven for exotic animals.

Apr 21, 2004 | Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort
A replica of the original 1855 Mormon settlement is located just north of downtown Las Vegas.

Apr 14, 2004 | Gilcrease Bird Sanctuary
A life-long fascination with birds leads Bill Gilcrease to create a bird sanctuary in northwest Las Vegas.

Mar 24, 2004 | Emerald Pool at Zion
Join us for a hike along the Emerald Pool Trail at Zion National Park.

Mar 17, 2004 | Ramona Pagaent
Experience the California of the 1850's, outdoors at the Ramona Pagaent in Hemet, California.

Mar 10, 2004 | Chloride, AZ
Just off the highway to Kingman, a ghost town and surprising public art.

Mar 3, 2004 | Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Travel to Wickenburg, AZ to find a surprisingly good museum.

Feb 25, 2004 | Day Trip from Las Vegas
Head for Scotty's Castle first, then follow David Bert's trail back to Las Vegas for an interesting day trip.

Feb 18, 2004 | Rendezvous
Listen as the Spring Mountain Free Trappers re-live the 'mountain rendezvous' of the 19th century.

Feb 11, 2004 | Racetrack Playa
Investigate the mysterious sliding rocks of Racetrack Playa in Death Valley.

Feb 4, 2004 | Heritage Museum
Step back in time at the Clark County Heritage Museum.

Jan 28, 2004 | Mojave Max
Sometime in the next couple of months, a desert tortoise will emerge from his burrow. Hear about the Mojave Max Emergence Contest.

Jan 21, 2004 | White Dome Trail
A new trail at the Valley of Fire is convenient, easy and a wonder to behold.

Jan 14, 2004 | Cowboy Poets
David Bert takes us to the Cowboy Poets Gathering in Elko.

Jan 7, 2004 | Kelso Dunes
Join David Bert for a trip to the Mojave National Preserve and hike through the Kelso Dunes.

Dec 31, 2003 | Ski Lee Canyon
David Bert recommends Lee Canyon for a convenient and fun ski trip.

Dec 24, 2003 | Las Vegas Springs Archaeology
Experience the prehistoric birth of Las Vegas at the Springs Reserve.

Dec 17, 2003 | Keystone Thrust
Red Rock is the home of many natural wonders, including a geological anomaly known as the Keystone Thrust.

Dec 10, 2003 | Eagles
Join David Bert in search of Bald Eagles at Lake Mead.

Dec 3, 2003 | Death Valley
David Bert takes us on a hike through Titus Canyon at Death Valley National Park. As the park guide explains, most of the plants stick, sting or stink.

Nov 26, 2003 | Amargosa Opera House
Visit the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction and meet Marta Becket.

Nov 19, 2003 | Elgin Schoolhouse
David Bert travels to a Nevada ghost town to visit a truely 'one of a kind' museum - the Elgin One Room Schoolhouse.

Nov 12, 2003 | Furnace Creek Inn
Join David Bert for a trip to this resort located in Death Valley.

Nov 5, 2003 | Zion Day Trip
A trip to Zion National Park should include some stops along the way.

Oct 15, 2003 | Scotty's Castle
David Bert takes us behind the scenes for a technology tour of Scotty's Castle in Death Valley.

Oct 8, 2003 | Star Party
Travel to Cathedral Gorge State Park with the Las Vegas Astronomical Society for a 'Star Party'.

Oct 1, 2003 | Tarantulas
Go for a hike in the desert and you might find a tarantula. But they're nothing to be afraid of.

Sep 24, 2003 | Monarch Butterfiles
Travel to Natural Bridges State Park in Santa Cruz for the Monarch migration.

Sep 17, 2003 | Fall Colors
Take a trip to enjoy the autumn colors on the Markagunt plateau in the Cedar City Ranger district.

Sep 10, 2003 | Handcar Races
Rattlin' Rails Handcar Races in Boulder City.

Sep 3, 2003 | Nature Photography
David Bert learns the secrets of nature photography from Mark Andrews.

Aug 27, 2003 | Fire in Nature part 2
David Bert visits the Ponderosa Pines of Red Rock to learn about the benefits of fire.

Aug 20, 2003 | Fire in Nature part 1
Fire is a natural piece of the environmental puzzle.

Aug 13, 2003 | Spring Valley State Park
A Lincoln County showcase, this state park is one of the most popular, and well worth a visit.

Aug 6, 2003 | Twisted Forest Trail
David Bert takes us on the Twisted Forest Trail in the Dixie National Forest near Brianhead, Utah.

Jul 23, 2003 | Summer in Brianhead
Known for its great snow skiing, the Brianhead, UT area is also a great place to get away from the summer heat.

Jul 9, 2003 | July 4th in Ely
Everyone's a 'local' when you go to Ely for the annual 4th of July festivities.

Jul 2, 2003 | Windsor Castle
Pipe Spring National Monument features an imposing-looking fort that is actually a ranchhouse built in 1872.

Jun 25, 2003 | Pipe Spring National Monument
A little known gem of the National Park System, it's rich with American Indian, early explorer and Mormon pioneer history.

Jun 18, 2003 | Taylor Creek Trail
If Shakespeare is your goal, make a stop at Zion National Park and try the Taylor Creek Trail.

Jun 11, 2003 | Ghost Train
Take a trip to Ely and ride on the Ghost Train.

Jun 4, 2003 | Lehman Caves
Since 1885, the Lehman Caves have been a curiosity and tourist attraction. From the 'gothic palace' to the glowing rock in the 'inscription room', it's a unique adventure.

May 28, 2003 | Bone Yard
The Bone Yard is preserving the neon signs of years past.

May 21, 2003 | Neon Museum
Bright lights helped make Las Vegas what it is today. The Neon Museum preserves the great signs.

May 14, 2003 | Techatticup Mine
David Berts takes us on a trip to this historic mine near Nelson, NV.

May 7, 2003 | Desert Tortoise
Visit Red Rock to learn about the desert tortoise.

Apr 30, 2003 | Best of ATW
David Bert looks back at some of great trips we've been on during the past 3 years.

Apr 23, 2003 | Anasazi
Join David Bert in a search for Anasazi artifacts in the Moapa Valley.

Apr 16, 2003 | Ely Murals
Mining town endures through determination and the creation of murals.

Apr 2, 2003 | Best Friends
While visiting Zion National Park, check out the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.

Mar 19, 2003 | Quick Trip
David Bert takes friends on a quick trip up the highway to the Valley of Fire and Overton.

Mar 12, 2003 | The Great Unconformity
Sunrise Mountain is home to one of the geological wonders of the world.

Mar 5, 2003 | Lost Creek Trail
Join David Bert for an easy, but interesting hike at Red Rock.

Feb 26, 2003 | Freeways
Get off the freeways and you'll find the Discovery Center in Barstow.

Feb 19, 2003 | Museum at Zion
David Bert takes us to the museum at Zion National Park.

Feb 12, 2003 | Nevada Test Site
Join David Bert for a tour of the Nevada Test Site.

Feb 5, 2003 | Art in Las Vegas
You don't have to go far to find some impressive contemporary art in downtown Las Vegas.

Jan 29, 2003 | Cafe C'est Si Bon
One man's dream to create an eclectic, European-style cafe' on the edge of Death Valley.

Jan 22, 2003 | La Madre Springs Trail
Join David Bert for the sights and sounds of this special in Red Rock Canyon.

Jan 15, 2003 | Scotty's Castle
An interesting tour guide makes for a memorable trip to Scotty's Castle in Death Valley.

Jan 8, 2003 | Shoshone Museum
The Shoshone Museum, located in a tiny town on the edge of Death Valley, is one of the finest regional museums in the Southwest.

Jan 1, 2003 | Liberace Museum
It's more than Liberace. It's a history of Las Vegas showbiz.

Dec 25, 2002 | Nativity Tradition
A short drive to Henderson results in a memorable Christmas encounter.

Dec 18, 2002 | Cedar Breaks 2
Details on how the park service is removing dead trees to lessen the threat of forest fires at Cedar Breaks National Monument.

Dec 11, 2002 | Cedar Breaks
Now that the snow has started to fall in the mountains near Cedar City, Utah, the park service is removing dead trees to lessen the threat of forest fires.

Dec 4, 2002 | Mitchell Caverns
Jack and Ida Mitchell created a tourist stop in the middle of the Mojave Desert that offers unique geological formations.

Nov 27, 2002 | Wetlands Park
On the east side of the Las Vegas Valley you can escape in the Wetlands Park.

Nov 20, 2002 | Desert Demonstration Gardens
Take time out to enjoy the perfect garden get-away, right in the middle of a bustling city.

Nov 13, 2002 | Sandy Valley Ranch
Join David Bert for a horseback ride at Sandy Valley Ranch.

Nov 6, 2002 | Non-native Species
Southern Nevada is home to numerous species of plants, animals and insects who have adapted over thousands of years to live in the desert. Unfortunately they're joined by some non-native species.

Oct 23, 2002 | Zzyzx
The little town in the middle of the desert with the unusual name, has more to offer than you might think.

Oct 16, 2002 | Race for Atlantis
You don't even need to leave Las Vegas to find an entertaining activity for residents or visitors.

Oct 9, 2002 | Devil's Hole
Ash Meadows is home to 'Devil's Hole' and the pupfish, a survivor of thousands of years in this desert refuge.

Oct 2, 2002 | Cowboys
The Cowboy Action Shooters Society

Sep 25, 2002 | The Huntington
The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens are worth the trip to San Marino, California.

Sep 18, 2002 | Gourmet Road Food
Just because you're on the road doesn't mean you have to settle for ordinary fast food. When in LA, check out Tommy's and Pink's.

Sep 11, 2002 | Fall Colors
Take a trip to enjoy the autumn colors on the Markagunt plateau in the Cedar City Ranger district.

Sep 4, 2002 | Cathedral Gorge
Located just north of Panaca, Cathedral Gorge State Park features trails for exploring the cave-like formations and cathedral-like spires.

Aug 28, 2002 | Yucca Mountain Archaeology
Along with the controversial nuclear waste site, Yucca Mountain is the site for extensive archaeological research.

Aug 21, 2002 | Shark Reef
There's a great place to see exotic sharks and other aquatic creatures..and you don't have to go far to find them.

Aug 14, 2002 | Desert Pocket Mouse
The ongoing environmental studies at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve include small mammal surveys. During Spring 1997 fieldwork, they "discovered" the desert pocket mouse living on site.

Aug 7, 2002 | Spring Valley State Park
A Lincoln County showcase, this state park is one of the most popular, and well worth a visit.

Jul 31, 2002 | Pine Valley Mountain Chapel
More than 100 years old, this is the oldest Mormon chapel in continuous use. Completed in 1868, it's just up the highway near St. George, Utah.

Jul 24, 2002 | Pioche Courthouse
Built in 1871, the 'Million Dollar Courthouse' is an interesting step back in time.

Jul 17, 2002 | Luv-It Frozen Custard
You don't have to go far to join David Bert and Paula Francis for this week's trip...and we're sure you'll 'Luvit'.

Jul 10, 2002 | The Getty
The Getty Center in Los Angeles is a short drive from Las Vegas, and offers an amazing collection.

Jul 3, 2002 | Lehman Caves
Since 1885, the Lehman Caves have been a curiosity and tourist attraction. From the "gothic palace" to the glowing rock in the "inscription room", it's a unique adventure.

Jun 26, 2002 | Royal Feaste
In addition to the great plays at the Utah Shakespearean Festival, don't forget The Royal Feaste.

Jun 19, 2002 | Shakespearean Festival Orientation
Planning a trip to the Utah Shakespearean Festival? David Bert takes us through 'orientation'.

Jun 12, 2002 | Beaver Dam State park
Thirty miles east of Caliente is one of Nevada's most beautiful, primitive state parks...yet it gets few visitors.

Jun 5, 2002 | Manhattan, NV
Like many Nevada ghosttowns, Manhattan was once the site of several thriving goldmines. When the mines played out, the town nearly disappeared.

May 29, 2002 | Llama Packing
Join David Bert for a back-country trip where the llamas do most of the work.

May 22, 2002 | Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort
A replica of the original 1855 Mormon settlement is located just north of downtown Las Vegas.

May 15, 2002 | Lizards
Learn about the amazing world of reptiles in the desert. For instance, the Chuckwalla is not just another lizard. It can expand the size of its body in order to wedge itself betwen rocks.

May 8, 2002 | Gilcrease Bird Sanctuary
A life-long fascination with birds leads Bill Gilcrease to create a bird sanctuary in northwest Las Vegas.

May 1, 2002 | Pupfish
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a remarkable desert oasis 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas...and home to a number of endangered species including the Pupfish.

Apr 24, 2002 | Emerald Pool at Zion
Join us for a hike along the Emerald Pool Trail at Zion National Park.

Apr 17, 2002 | Lost City Museum
In Overton, visit a museum dedicated to preserving the artifacts of the Anasazi Indians who lived in Nevada more than 1,000 years ago.

Apr 10, 2002 | Ramona Pagaent
Experience the California of the 1850's, outdoors at the Ramona Pagaent in Hemet, California.

Apr 3, 2002 | China Ranch
Just minutes from Las Vegas, a lush desert oasis with interesting trails to hike, the Amargossa River...and delicious milkshakes when the hike is over.

Mar 27, 2002 | Day Trip from Las Vegas
Head for Scotty's Castle first, then follow David Bert's trail back to Las Vegas for an interesting day trip.

Mar 20, 2002 | Chloride, AZ
Just off the highway to Kingman, a ghost town and surprising public art.

Mar 13, 2002 | Hoover Dam - The Other Tour
In this case, it's what's above Hoover Dam that counts.

Mar 6, 2002 | Wild Mustangs
Just minutes from Las Vegas, discover wild mustangs roaming Red Rock National Conservation Area.

Feb 27, 2002 | Cowboy Poets
David Bert takes us to the Cowboy Poets Gathering in Elko.

Feb 20, 2002 | Nevada State Museum
A visit to the Nevada State Museum and Historical Society is an in-town trip worth taking.

Feb 13, 2002 | Heritage Museum
Step back in time at the Clark County Heritage Museum.

Feb 6, 2002 | Ghost Train
Take a trip to Ely and ride on the Ghost Train.

Jan 30, 2002 | Mojave Max
Sometime in the next couple of months, a desert tortoise will emerge from his burrow. Hear about the Mojave Max Emergence Contest.

Jan 23, 2002 | Eagles
Join David Bert in search of Bald Eagles at Lake Mead.

Jan 16, 2002 | White Dome Trail
A new trail at the Valley of Fire is convenient, easy and a wonder to behold.

Jan 9, 2002 | Death Valley
David Bert takes us on a hike through Titus Canyon at Death Valley National Park. As the park guide explains, most of the plants stick, sting or stink.

Jan 2, 2002 | Palm Springs Tram
Summer or winter, the Palm Springs Tram is an easy way to enjoy the wilderness.

Dec 26, 2001 | Liberace Museum
It's more than Liberace. It's a history of Las Vegas showbiz.

Dec 19, 2001 | Nature Photography
David Bert learns the secrets of nature photography from Mark Andrews.

Dec 12, 2001 | Furnace Creek Inn
Join David Bert for a trip to this resort located in Death Valley.

Dec 5, 2001 | Ski Lee Canyon
David Bert recommends Lee Canyon for a convenient and fun ski trip.

Nov 28, 2001 | Scotty's Castle
David Bert takes us behind the scenes for a technology tour of Scotty's Castle in Death Valley.

Nov 21, 2001 | Hoover Dam
David Bert takes us on a self-guided tour...

Nov 14, 2001 | Lost Creek Trail
Join David Bert for an easy, but interesting hike at Red Rock.

Nov 7, 2001 | Sandy Valley Ranch
Join David Bert for a horseback ride at Sandy Valley Ranch.

Oct 31, 2001 | Cowboys
The Cowboy Action Shooters Society.

Oct 24, 2001 | Techatticup Mine
David Berts takes us on a trip to this historic mine near Nelson, NV.

Oct 17, 2001 | Ely Murals
Mining town endures through determination and the creation of murals.

Oct 10, 2001 | The Great Unconformity
Sunrise Mountain is home to one of the geological wonders of the world.

Oct 3, 2001 | Sandy Valley Ranch
Join David Bert for a horseback ride at Sandy Valley Ranch.

Sep 26, 2001 | Handcar Races
RattlinÂ’ Rails Handcar Races, this weekend in Boulder City.

Sep 5, 2001 | Spring Valley State Park


Aug 29, 2001 | Pine Valley Mountain Chapel


Aug 22, 2001 | Palm Springs Tram


Aug 15, 2001 | Fire in Nature part 2


Aug 8, 2001 | Fire in Nature part 1


Aug 1, 2001 | Cowbirds
We look at cowbirds to examine one of the ways we impact our environment and how government agencies are working together to understand what the future may bring.

Jul 25, 2001 | Lizards


Jul 18, 2001 | Corn Creek


Jul 11, 2001 | Royal Feaste


Jun 27, 2001 | Greenshow at the Utah Shakespearean Fest.


Jun 20, 2001 | Nature Photography


Jun 13, 2001 | Great Basin National Park


Jun 6, 2001 | Ghost Train


May 30, 2001 | Lehman Caves


May 23, 2001 | Ely Murals


May 16, 2001 | Eagles


May 9, 2001 | The Great Unconformity


May 2, 2001 | Black Canyon Raft Tour


Apr 25, 2001 | Shoshone


Apr 18, 2001 | Scotty's Castle


Apr 11, 2001 | Lost City Museum


Apr 4, 2001 | Roadtrip


Mar 28, 2001 | Ski Lee Canyon


Mar 21, 2001 | Cowboys


Mar 14, 2001 | Nevada Test Site


Mar 7, 2001 | Non-native Species
Southern Nevada is home to numerous species of plants, animals and insects who have adapted over thousands of years to live in the desert. Unfortunately they're joined by some non-native species.

Feb 28, 2001 | Amargosa Opera House


Feb 21, 2001 | Hoover Dam - The Other Tour


Feb 14, 2001 | Lost Creek Trail


Feb 7, 2001 | Eagles


Jan 31, 2001 | Tarantulas
Go for a hike in the desert and you might find a tarantula. But they're nothing to be afraid of.

Jan 24, 2001 | Ski Lee Canyon


Jan 17, 2001 | Freeways


Jan 10, 2001 | Lost City Museum


Jan 3, 2001 | Wild Mustangs


Dec 27, 2000 | Scotty's Castle


Dec 20, 2000 | Shoshone


Dec 13, 2000 | Fire in Nature part 2


Dec 6, 2000 | Fire in Nature part 1


Nov 29, 2000 | Nevada Test Site


Nov 22, 2000 | Nevada State Museum


Nov 15, 2000 | Non-native Species
Southern Nevada is home to numerous species of plants, animals and insects who have adapted over thousands of years to live in the desert. Unfortunately they're joined by some non-native species.

Nov 8, 2000 | Cowbirds
We look at cowbirds to examine one of the ways we impact our environment and how government agencies are working together to understand what the future may bring.

Nov 1, 2000 | Tarantulas
Go for a hike in the desert and you might find a tarantula. But they're nothing to be afraid of.

Oct 25, 2000 | Zzyzx
The little town in the middle of the desert with the unusual name, has more to offer than you might think.

Oct 18, 2000 | Freeways


Oct 10, 2000 | Vermilion Castle Trail


Oct 4, 2000 | Great Basin National Park


Sep 27, 2000 | Fall Colors


Sep 20, 2000 | Handcar Races


Sep 13, 2000 | Beaver Dam State Park


Sep 6, 2000 | Fire in Nature part 2


Aug 30, 2000 | Fire in Nature part 1


Aug 27, 2000 | Fire in Nature part 2


Aug 23, 2000 | Cathedral Rock Trail


Aug 16, 2000 | Nevada State Museum


Aug 9, 2000 | Cowbirds
We look at cowbirds to examine one of the ways we impact our environment and how government agencies are working together to understand what the future may bring.

Aug 2, 2000 | Roadtrip


Jul 26, 2000 | Pupfish


Jul 19, 2000 | Llama Packing


Jul 12, 2000 | Corn Creek


Jul 5, 2000 | Vermilion Castle Trail


Jun 28, 2000 | Greenshow at the Shakespeare Festival


Jun 21, 2000 | Pine Creek


Jun 14, 2000 | Great Basin National Park


Jun 7, 2000 | Beaver Dam State Park


May 31, 2000 | Cathedral Rock Trail


May 24, 2000 | Zion National Park


May 17, 2000 | Killer Bees


May 10, 2000 | Cathedral Gorge


May 3, 2000 | Road Trip


Apr 26, 2000 | Pupfish


Apr 19, 2000 | Yucca Mountain Archaeology


Apr 12, 2000 | Black Canyon Raft Tours


Apr 5, 2000 | Llama Packing


Mar 29, 2000 | Zzyzx
The little town in the middle of the desert with the unusual name, has more to offer than you might think.

Mar 22, 2000 | China Ranch


Mar 15, 2000 | Wild Mustangs


Mar 8, 2000 | Amargosa Opera House


Mar 1, 2000 | Zion National Park


Feb 23, 2000 | Corn Creek


Feb 16, 2000 | China Ranch


Feb 9, 2000 | Black Canyon Raft Tours


Feb 2, 2000 | Killer Bees


Jan 26, 2000 | Pine Creek


Jan 19, 2000 | Cathedral Gorge


Jan 12, 2000 | Amargossa Opera House


Jan 5, 2000 | Yucca Mountain Archaeology


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