Vegas PBS is excited to announce that the fifth season of locally produced program and audience favorite Outdoor Nevada will premiere in September 2021.
Close on the heels of a moving and exciting fourth season, which featured the historic Pioneer Saloon, the Hoover Dam and Gold Butte National Monument to name a few, Season 5 promises to take viewers to some of Nevada’s finest and most breathtaking outdoor destinations.
The series will visit Lamoille Canyon in the Ruby Mountains, the Cowboy Arts & Gear Museum in Elko, the Kit Carson Trail, the Big Dunes in Amargosa Valley and many more one-of-a-kind adventures available to everyone. Vegas PBS extends the viewing experience beyond the broadcast, with free community outreach events in support of the outdoors and recreational activities. Visit vegaspbs.org/outdoornevada this fall, for more information on upcoming events.
As a special Vegas PBS member benefit, current members and new ones who donate $5 per month or $60 annually will be able to binge all ten episodes of Season 5 this fall with Vegas PBS Passport by downloading the PBS Video App or online at video.vegaspbs.org. Members can also stream all episodes of seasons 1-4 of Outdoor Nevada.
“There’s always something new to discover in Nevada,” said Vegas PBS Director of Content, Cyndy Robbins. “We’ve heard from fans that Outdoor Nevada inspires them during their own trips and gives them ideas for weekend getaways. This new season is sure to continue motivating both Nevadans and visitors to grab their gear and hit the trail.”
Hosted by John Burke, Outdoor Nevada is a showcase of Nevada’s ideal climate and varied environments that provide endless inspiration for exciting outdoor adventures. Whether it’s horseback riding in Red Rock Canyon, riding on a seaplane at Lake Tahoe or land sailing outside of Las Vegas, come along to see the places and meet the people that make Nevada unique and fascinating. Learn more and watch full episodes and clips at vegaspbs.org/outdoornevada.