Most of us visiting Vegas in the summer are not ready for temperatures above 105 (40.5 in UK). The blazing heat, combined with high winds and altitude is just unimaginable if you have never been to the high desert. I experienced dehydration myself and have seen friends on summer trips get sick. Despite all of this, there are many reasons to visit Vegas in the summer: you have time off from work and your children are out of school; the city has great pool and nightclub events all summer. And the non convention crowd is particularly fun in the summer. Initially reluctant to visit in the summer, I have learned to love the summer (3-4 days at a time) in Vegas and am getting ready for my summer 2018 visit. If took me years to come up with a plan that keeps me fit and maximize my Vegas joy even during the hottest times in Vegas. These are the steps I take in the summer heat in Vegas: I drink as much water as possible: 1 Liter before going through TSA (BUR), another before takeoff (aisle seat) and then even more walking through McCarran and waiting for the Taxi. Take two extra strength Tylenol once I arrive. No arrival cocktail. I wait with any alcoholic drinks until after dinner. No Flipflops for walking outside (except pool). The radiant heat from the asphalt is so hot that I need more protection (sneakers etc). Relaxation at the pool with more water (drinking). Use lip balm and skin lotion. Best time at the pool is 9-2, always in the shade. I wear a rash guard that I keep wet (and me cool) by dipping into the pool ever so often. Workout for one hour (cardio) any time between 4 and 8. Coffee after workout and more water. Dinner without too much meat (Noodles, Beijing 9, Jasmine, Yardbird etc) Coke with dinner and more water. Double espresso after dinner. Ready for drinks, lounges, nightclub, BJ etc until 4am.