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From Las Vegas Strip (22 miles):

Take I-15 North past Charleston Rd exit.  Take Exit #42A / Reno onto the US-95 North.  Continue on US-95 past Summerlin Pkwy, Durango, and Fort Apache exits.  Take Exit #99 Snow Mountain (5 minutes past Fort Apache) and turn right.  Continue on Snow Mountain Rd / Nu-Wav Kaiv Blvd, leading directly into the Resort.

From Downtown / Fremont St. (18 miles)

Start on Fremont going south towards Casino Center Blvd.  Turn left on N Casino Center Blvd.  Turn right on Ogden Ave.  Turn Left on N 4th St.  Take ramp onto I-515 North.  Becoming US-95 North, Continue on US-95 past Summerlin Pkwy, Durango, and Fort Apache exits.  Take Exit #99 Snow Mountain (5 minutes past Fort Apache) and turn right.  Continue on Snow Mountain Rd / Nu-Wav Kaiv Blvd, leading directly into the Resort.

From McCarran International Airport. (30 miles)

Take ramp onto Paradise Rd toward Rental Car Return/I-215/I-15/Las Vegas/Henderson.  Take Las Vegas exit onto I-215 West toward Las Vegas/Los Angeles/Salt Lake City.  Take Exit #12A/LasVegas onto I-15 North.  Continue on I-15 past Charleston Rd exit.  Take Exit #42A / Reno onto the US-95 North. Continue on US-95 past Summerlin Pkwy, Durango, and Fort Apache exits.  Take Exit #99 Snow Mountain (5 minutes past Fort Apache) and turn right.  Continue on Snow Mountain Rd / Nu-Wav Kaiv Blvd, leading directly into the Resort.

From Summerlin (18 miles)

Take Charleston Rd West towards the I-215 / CR-215.  Bear right and take ramp onto I-215 / CR-215 North.  Continue on CR-215 North becoming Bruce Woodbury Belt/CR-215 East. Take Exit #37 Durango Dr and turn left.  Continue on Durango Dr past Elkhorn Rd.  Bear left and take ramp onto US-95 North.  Take Exit #99 Snow Mountain and turn right.  Continue on Snow Mountain Rd / Nu-Wav Kaiv Blvd, leading directly into the Resort.

 


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Just 25 minutes northwest of the famed Las Vegas Strip, this international golf destination is serving up the ultimate trio of magnificent, championship golf courses. Sculpted by World Golf Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye, these courses are his only pure designs in Nevada.

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