Rail Explorers Las Vegas, the year-round, all-ages, outdoor-adventure attraction featuring pedal-powered rail bikes, offers guests a new Neon Lights Night Tour beginning July 2.
Guests on the Neon Lights Night Tour will revel in lighting up the night as they pedal their neon-adorned rail bike. In addition, guests are encouraged to bring their best blacklight attire and glow sticks. For the July Fourth weekend, a local food truck will also be on hand offering mouthwatering dishes and drinks July 2, 3 and 4.
Guests pedal the Rail Explorers rail bikes four miles downhill from the Nevada State Railroad Museum to the Railroad Pass picnic area, where they may relax in the signature red Adirondack chairs. Each experience concludes with a ride aboard a historic train back to the tour’s starting point.
July and August
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10 p.m. The Neon Lights Night Tour
12 a.m. The Neon Lights Night Tour
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A tandem rail bike for two starts at $90.
A quad rail bike for four guests starts at $160.
Book online today at www.railexplorers.net, or by phone at (877) 833-8588.
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 four memorable summer options, including the Sunrise Southwest Ramble, the Southwest Summer Soaker Ramble, the Twilight Summer Ramble and The Neon Lights. 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.