For some, a new decade represents the same old routines, just a different day. And for others, it represents a chance to create new opportunities that allow individuals to redefine themselves and grow.

2020 for Southwest Adventures represents a both. The same old routines can be described as visiting and exploring the Southwest. The chance to create new opportunities can be expressed by relocating to a different area of the Southwest.

That’s right! Southwest Adventures has officially relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada as its new starting point for adventures. So lets jump right into some  new adventures.

The first destination we’d like to share with you as a must visit location of the Southwest is the Hoover Dam, a modern American marvel. The Hoover Dam is located in the border of Arizona and Nevada and is often a scenic stop for those who are traveling to Las Vegas. The Hoover Dam represents the industrial period of American history in which it took control and made use of natural resources.

Check out this article to learn everything there is to know about the Hoover Dam

The second destination we’d like to share with you is Willow Beach and Marina. Also located in the Black Canyon region of the Colorado River, between Arizona and Nevada, Willow Beach is great for river explorations with hiking and watercraft adventures with some of the most unique views in this area of the Southwest. At Willow Beach, adventures include camping, fishing, kayaking and much more. Don’t let these calm waters of the Colorado river fool you, there is much to explore.

Check out everything Willow Beach has to offer here

The third destination, is slightly different from the traditional types of explorations from Southwest Adventures, but don’t let that discourage you from making a quick trip south on the Las Vegas Boulevard to see Seven Magic Mountains. Colorful, bright and out of the ordinary, created by Swiss Artist, Ugo Rondinone, the Seven Magic Mountains elicits continuities and solidarities between human and nature, artificial and natural, then and now (Rondinone). Truly something that doesn’t belong, Seven Magic Mountains is a simply brilliant place to visit that incorporates art and a scenic view.

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About The Author

Being an only child and born in the Southwest, I had a different experience than most. I am in love with the Southwest and want to share my experiences with the world in an effort to encourage others to get out and explore.

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