5 spots to escape Las Vegas’ summer heat

5 spots to escape Las Vegas’ summer heat

Bryce Canyon National Park boasts deep amphitheaters filled with hoodoos. (Deborah Wall/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Several national monuments, including Wupatki National Monument, are just a half-hour away from Flagstaff, Arizona. (Deborah Wall/Las Vegas Review-Journal) The annual Cedar Breaks Wildflower Festival takes place in July. (Deborah Wall/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Sunset at the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. (Deborah Wall/Las Vegas Review-Journal) The closest day trip to find cool temperatures from Las Vegas is the Mount Charleston area of the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. (Deborah Wall/Las Vegas Review-Journal) Allegiant Air has expanded into some unusual side businesses Viva Aerobus begins Las Vegas-Monterrey, Mexico nonstop service Grand Canyon celebrated listing as International Dark Sky Park Las Vegas is one of the nation’s hottest destinations, perhaps a little too literally this time of year. Escape to one of these five spots and you’ll be sure to find cooler daytime temperatures […]

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