Zero 1

Responsible Adventuring

Zero1 offers unique opportunities to explore Nevada’s rarely traveled terrain and culture. This comes from years of building relationships, and our responsible approach to the people and their land.

Our access to Nevada’s rally style roads, historic trails and the changing scenery is made possible through long-standing relationships, and a positive history with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Zero1 is one of a very few, select groups to which the BLM has issued privileged use permits for off-highway tours in the state of Nevada.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is an agency within the United States Department of the Interior that administers America’s public lands, totaling approximately 253 million acres (or one-eighth of the entire landmass of the country). The BLM’s stated mission is to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. While on a Zero1 Adventure in Nevada or Arizona, you will see their efforts first hand. From herds of wild horses and burros, to carefully regulated areas for recreation like campgrounds and historical markers, their work is evident.

We have been trusted by the BLM to provide access to public lands in a responsible manner. This environmental awareness is the backbone of every tour. Habitat and trail maintenance are integrated activities. We participate in cleanup programs and report abuse in order to ensure that future generations have the same opportunities.

We also work closely with local communities, chambers of commerce and county commissioners to make sure that the economic contribution to the area is realized, and significant. The areas we travel through are very rural, and have been hit hard by recession and little economic development. Zero 1 believes in giving as much back to the locals as possible, because it is their efforts that have preserved the history and land we enjoy. The people we meet along the way are proud of their rural lifestyle and we support them in their efforts to preserve this unique way of life.