Visit This Most Remote Nevada Ghost Town For A Haunting Piece Of The Past

Nevada is chock full of ghost towns. Whereas some—like Rhyolite, Pioche, and Austin—are more well-known, there are so many others of which many people have never heard. Tuscarora is one of these. Located in Elko County, this remote Nevada ghost town is just off Highway 11 on the east side of Mount Blitzen, approximately 50 miles northwest of Elko. Even though a few residents remain, the town is classified as a ghost town—the most remote Nevada ghost town—and as you roam through the mostly vacant town, you can enjoy a haunting piece of the Silver State’s past.

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This remote Nevada ghost town is but another piece in the Silver State’s storied mining history.

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