Climbing Trails in Nevada
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Climbing Trails in Nevada

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12 - 12 mi
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Nevada has 16 climbing trails. These trails range from 0 to 12 miles in length. The most popular trail is Mount Rose. Trails.com member Jeff C. recently completed Mount Rose.
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Windy Peak is located in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area. This guide ...
Black Velvet Canyon is a beautiful place. It is also home to several of the most well-known ...
Juniper Canyon is another highly varied climbing destination. This guide contains the ...
Pine Creek Canyon is at the heart of Las Vegas traditional rock climbing on the Red Rock ...
The Willow Springs area is home to a great number of pleasant single-pitch traditional ...
As the First Pullout—officially known as Calico I—is the first stop that people can make ...
Calico Basin comprises several crags on the northeast side of the Calico Hills. The climbing ...
First Creek Canyon is found to the south of Mount Wilson. This cool area has some stellar ...
Mount Wilson is a centerpiece of Red Rock climbing. The feature is a true mountain with ...
Oak Creek Canyon sports several beautiful long lines and lots of options for when there ...
The Quarry is an incredibly popular tourist destination. First, it is arguably one of ...
The Second Pullout is officially known as Calico II. Parking here is limited, so it’s ...
The most prominent peak seen from Reno; also visible from all around the Tahoe basin. ...
It’s truly amazing how often new features are discovered in Red Rock Canyon. The Disappearing ...
Icebox Canyon is a beautiful place. Spectacular buttresses and walls of clean sandstone ...
The Angel Food Wall is an absolutely beautiful piece of sandstone on White Rock Peak. ...
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