NV Posted in Nevada January 08, 2016 by Jennifer 12 Jaw Dropping Places In Nevada That Will Blow You Away (Part II) We recently took a look at 15 jaw dropping places in Nevada. See original list here. Listed below are 12 additional places in Nevada that are guaranteed to blow you away. 1. Angel Lake - Elko County, Nevada wikipedia With an area of 13 acres, Angel Lake is located in the northern section of the East Humboldt Range and is one of the most popular recreation sites in the area. 2. Rhyolite flickr/Preconscious Eye Founded in 1904, Rhyolite is Nevada's most visited ghost town. 3. Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge - Amargosa Valley, Nevada Public Domain Images Established in 1984, Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge protects threatened or endangered plants and animals, and it's also the largest remaining oasis in the Mojave Desert. 4. Hidden Lakes - Ruby Mountains wikipedia The Hidden Lakes are a pair of glacial tarns located within the Ruby Mountains. They have a combined area of 9 acres and are absolutely BEAUTIFUL! 5. Boundary Peak - White Mountains wikipedia Located in Esmeralda County, and at more than 13,000 feet, Boundary Peak is Nevada's highest point. 6. Hoover Dam flickr/wbeem Hoover Dam, which is located in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, was constructed during the Great Depression and receives more than one million visitors each year. 7. U.S. Route 50 flickr/Clark Weber U.S. Route 50 stretches for more than 3,000 miles. Because it runs mostly through deserted areas, it's known as the "Loneliest Road in America." U.S. Route 50 is truly one of the most beautiful and interesting drives you’ll ever take. 8. Pyramid Lake flickr/rocor Located in Washoe County, Pyramid Lake is a remnant of ancient Lake Lahontan and was once inhabited by the 19th-century Paiute Tribe. Anaho Island is the lake's largest island. 9. Cottonwood Valley flickr/Bureau of Land Management Cottonwood Valley is a 13-mile stretch of scenic desert near southwest Las Vegas and is the perfect place to experience mountain biking. 10. Carson River flickr/Otter ♥ Photography - Busy with Work & School The Carson River has a total length of 205 miles. It flows through five counties, including Alpine County in California and Douglas, Storey, Lyon and Churchill counties in Nevada, as well as Carson City, Nevada. It's a trophy trout stream that's enjoyed by many kayakers and river rafters. 11. The International Car Forest of the Last Church - Goldfield, Nevada flickr/Wayne Stadler The International Car Forest of the Last Church features a display of more than 40 automobiles that are stuck nose-down along a dirt road. This unique display is definitely art at its FINEST! 12. Stella Lake - Great Basin National Park wikimedia commons Stella Lake is a stunning lake that's located within the Great Basin National Park. What do you think? Do these 12 places have what it takes to blow anyone away? Share your thoughts below!