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Brace yourself. Reno Tahoe is about to pull you in all different directions. Here, you can rock climb in the heart of downtown and rock out on the top of a mountain. Make art and destroy monotony. Paddleboard and crowd surf. Win big and lose yourself. So, what’s first?
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Arts and Culture

As home base for the Burning Man art festival, the Northern Nevada region has a rich art scene, including an array of vibrant music ensembles and venues.
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Food

The landscape of Reno restaurants and Lake Tahoe food (and drink) scenes are quickly growing and offer a large variety of delectable cuisine choices. Local favorites flourish among new Reno restaurants, creating a thriving food scene. Dozens of local craft brewers and distillers have embraced the small-batch movement, and tasting rooms are popping up throughout our area. Read more.

Outdoor Recreation

It’s no secret that we love the outdoors in Reno Tahoe. With more than 300 days of sunshine each year, the opportunities to get outside are endless. Long, summer days mean hikes in the foothills or along the Tahoe Rim Trail, mountain biking in some of the most epic terrain, or chilling (literally) at Lake Tahoe, whether on the beach or on the water. Shorter days and colder temperatures are what really get us going. Did you know the Lake Tahoe region has the largest concentration of ski resorts in North America?
No matter the season, there’s someplace to explore that will make you wonder why you booked that flight home. Read more.

Education

Reno’s K-12 schools provide a welcoming atmosphere and engaging curriculum for children of all ages. Reno is also home to various higher academic institutions, including the Tier 1 Research University, the University of Nevada, Reno.
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Business

The Reno-Sparks area is one of the most business friendly regions in the country, offering tax incentives for local businesses to make Reno prosperous. Read more.

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