Month: March 2016

Gorgeous hiking spots near Las Vegas

Find Search for: These listed are some of the highest rated hiking spots in and around Las Vegas, for both locals and visitors. Be sure to check out the free slots in spot 7 for this Vegas favorite. It’s how the outdoor enthusiast gambles. 1. Hike along a fault line outside Las Vegas, Nevada.   Frenchman Mountain Summits comes with a 5-star rating, requires a high level of difficulty to travel, spans 4.9 miles and usually takes half a day. Excitement awaits the thrill on this trail! The trail was created along a fault line, and is a potential earthquake danger to the region. 2. Hikers need to stay hydrated on these trails in Las Vegas. Las Vegas Overlook comes with a 3-star rating on, although, users on Yelp give it 5-stars. It requires a moderate skill level, spans 6.3 miles and can take travelers 1-3 hours to hike. The overlook awards views of the Vegas valley and Red Rock Canyon. Bring plenty of water and wear hiking boots if you plan to tackle this on a random weekend adventure. 3. Serious hikers only! Gray Cap Peak comes with Class-3 sites, you to use your hands to climb. It’s almost the sensation of embracing your inner bear. It is easy to lose the trail so travel with a group. Injuries have been seen here. Gray Cap Peak is a...

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Best Irish Pubs in Las Vegas for St. Paddy’s Day

Whether you’re Irish or not, if you’re in Las Vegas you probably like drinking! Here today, TheVegas7 team has brought you the best Irish pubs to get your drink on, on St. Paddy’s Day. The best drinking day man has ever known. Don’t worry, food options are great, too. (And authentic!) Be sure to taste the Sunday night roast dinner hosted by Pub No. 5. 8. Warming up with: The Auld Dubliner Irish Pub The design of the pub mimics those you would find around the suburbs and smaller communities of Ireland. And it’s taste matches the authentic look and feel. The menu offers Shepherd’s Pie, Beef Stew, and Corned Beef with Cabbage on its dinner menu. But, for thirsty drinkers, wash it all down with Guinness, Harp, Newcastle, Bass Ale, or Jameson, Bushmill’s Black Bush, and or some Middleton Irish Whiskey. Just remember, whether you come on St. Paddy’s day or not, this place will treat you like an Irishman. 7. Try to remember you’re on American soil when you drink in Hennessey’s Tavern. This place is a splash of a proper Irish party. Some of the treats people can look forward to on the menu include: Dublin Frings (a french fry meets onion ring combo) Kilarney tenders (breaded chicken, pub fries, and ranch) Dublin Benedict (corned beef hash on an eggs benedict) Jameson Ribs (the BBQ sauce...

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Best Conor McGregor Trash Talking Quotes!

On March 5th, 2016, the world is expecting to see UFC 196 pitting MMA fighter Conor McGregor against MMA fighter Nate Diaz. McGregor currently holds the current UFC featherweight belt in the 145 category. He’s upped his game and is preparing to compete against Diaz in the 170 category. It’s the Welterweight division. The Dublin native has had many successes in his career: Second Irishman allowed to compete for UFC on a multi-fight contract. Fastest finish in any UFC title fight (This was the match against Jose Aldo 10-year-long title holder, in UFC 194.) McGregor took the belt in 13 seconds. His UFC 189 match against Chad Mendes drew in $7.2 million at the gate. This was the highest collection for a mixed martial arts event. With some of the highest numbers collected in terms of fans and money, this guy knows how to trash talk his opponents. Here are some of his best quotes: In preparation of UFC 196 against MMA fighter Nate Diaz 1. McGregor: “I’m in his hometown, this is his place. But listen to the crowd for me. I run the West Coast and the East Coast.” When Diaz challenged him on his weight division McGregor replied: 2. “The only weight I give a f—k about is the weight of them checks. And my checks are always super heavy. So, I don’t give a sh–.”...

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