RAIL EXPLORERS CELEBRATES VALENTINE’S DAY WITH SPECIAL TOURS FOR SWEETHEARTS
For the first time, Rail Explorers Las Vegas, the outdoor-adventure attraction featuring pedal-powered rail bikes, offers two specialty Valentine’s Day tours: “The Southwest Sweetheart Tour” at 5 p.m. and an “After-Dark Valentine’s Lantern Tour” at 7 p.m. Couples will ride the rails under the stars and enjoy sparkling wine and gourmet chocolates at the Rail Explorers picnic area. Nevada State Railroad Museum’s historic train will then take guests back to the train station. Guests purchasing packages with wine must be 21 or older. Non-alcoholic packages are available upon request. Book online today at www.railexplorers.net, or by phone at (877) 833-8588.
Friday, Feb. 14
5 p.m. and 7 p.m.
A tandem rail bike for two guests is $100. ($50 per person)
A quad rail bike for four guests is $180. ($45 per person)
Nevada locals receive 15 percent off any tour with a valid Nevada ID.
Located in historic Boulder City, Nevada—just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip en route to Hoover Dam—Rail Explorers offers exhilarating, guided excursions in two- or four-seat rail bikes along the same tracks used during construction of the dam.
Rail Explorers Las Vegas tours include three memorable options, including the Southwest Ramble, a four-mile downhill pedal-powered daytime ride; the Sunset Tour, a picturesque downhill ride in the evening as the sun sets behind the River Mountains; and the Evening Lantern Ride, a one-of-a-kind experience illuminated by the glow from the moon and stars. All rides start at the Nevada State Railroad Museum and continue downhill to Railroad Pass. Each tour also includes a nostalgic ride back to the top of the hill in one of the museum’s historic trains, along with free museum entry. Knowledgeable guides lead every Rail Explorers tour, ensuring guests enjoy not only the majestic desert scenery, but also learn fascinating insights along the way. Rail bikes provide a truly distinctive way to explore this extraordinarily scenic and historic area.