Razor Tours

Conquering The Desert For thousands of years the Washoe people came to the Pine Nut Mountains in the autumn to collect the nuts of the pinion pine, today Nevada’s state tree. The landscape is also studded with twisted junipers and perfumed with the scent of sagebrush. It is big, beautiful, and remote. This is the land of the mustangs, wild horses roaming free since the days of early Spanish, Mexican, and American travelers. Today more than 20,000 wild horses live in Nevada and about 800 live in the Pine Nuts. Keep a sharp eye out and you may be lucky enough to catch sight of them. Look west from the Pine Nuts, just south of Reno, across the peaceful Carson Valley, toward the Carson Range, a branch of the Sierra Nevada. You may see snow on 10,633-foot Jobs Peak or on Genoa Peak (9,000 ft). Just the other side of these mountains lies the clear blue world of Lake Tahoe. The bottom of the lake is actually deeper than the Carson Valley floor.

Our Razor vehicles will provide you with the most comfortable yet thrilling ride possible. Most of our guests have never driven an Off-Road Razor before. We’ll show you how to safely operate the machine, and how to travel in our small groups with minimal impact on the land.
  Quick Facts :: Razor Tours Buggy Descent
    Open Year Round
Helmets, Goggles, Gloves, & complimentary bandana included!

  • Multiple tours available
  • One or two persons per vehicle
  • Dress comfortably for desert environments
  • Closed-toe shoes required (boots recommended)
  • Bring sunblock for protection
  • Bring a camera to capture some great memories
  • Call for pricing and availability
To book a Razor tour, please visit
our Nevada Adventure Company site.

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