Nevada is not located in the Southern Coastlands. In fact, Nevada is completely landlocked, and has no coastline at all. It does, however, share one major trait with the Southern Coastlands, and that is its huge and still-growing tourism industry. Foremost in this is undoubtedly Las Vegas, with its huge gambling and entertainment facilities, but Nevada’s natural features do not fail to hold their own.
From breathtaking views, world-class snow sports, and fine boating opportunities of Lake Tahoe, to hiking and climbing at Red Rock Canyon and Fire Valley, Nevada offers a never-ending display of natural wonders.
Some people would argue that Las Vegas is the least interesting of all Nevada attractions.
These Pyramid Lake tufa domes are the results of underwater thermal springs.
Information from http://travelnevada.com/tourist-attractions/climbing.aspx.
Images from Google.