Willow Springs

Las Vegas, Nevada

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The Willow Springs area is home to a great number of pleasant single-pitch traditional climbs. The area is also home to a picnic area, some child-friendly trails, and several petroglyphs. Like the Sandstone Quarry and the First Pullout, you should expect to have a lot of tourists gawking while you climb here. Unfortunately, litter and noise pollution tend Scenic Drive and go 7.3 miles to a to come with them, but so too do the occasional bikini and beefcake photo shoots. As such, sometimes it can be a bit difficult to concentrate on climbing . . . welcome to Las Vegas! It should go without saying that climbing on petroglyphs is a serious faux pas. Indeed, nothing threatens access more. So please, do not climb on the petroglyphs.
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by Jason D. Martin (Falcon Guides)

The Willow Springs area is home to a great number of pleasant single-pitch traditional climbs. The area is also home to a picnic area, some child-friendly trails, and several petroglyphs. Like the Sandstone Quarry and the First Pullout, you should expect to have a lot of tourists gawking while you climb here.

Unfortunately, litter and noise pollution tend Scenic Drive and go 7.3 miles to a
to come with them, but so too do the occasional bikini and beefcake photo shoots. As such, sometimes it can be a bit difficult to concentrate on climbing . . . welcome to Las Vegas! It should go without saying that climbing on petroglyphs is a serious faux pas. Indeed, nothing threatens access more. So please, do not climb on the petroglyphs.

© 2017 Jason D. Martin/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Climbing
Nearby City: Las Vegas
Distance: Several options
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Accessibility: Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: redrockcanyonlv.org
Driving Directions: Directions to Willow Springs

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