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Long/Lat: -115.337033, 36.228857
A small limestone crag near Las Vegas. One of the back-up locations for when "Red Rocks" has had rain, so the sandstone isn't climbable.
This is a limestone gully with climbing on both sides of the gully.
The rock tends to be quite sharp.
Just south of the corner of Alexander and The Cliff Shadows Parkway (Cheyenne exit from I215), there is a wash. Park beside the wash, and hike up the obvious gully.
The right side of the gully as you enter.
Routes described from right-to-left, as they are encountered.
|2||Staring down the Barrel||5.11c|
This is a great route and the grade should be revisited by the first ascent crew.
Corner with bolts with hangars removed up it. (Apparently retro-bolted, then stripped.)
Right-most of 4 close together routes and the left end of the developed (as of 2012) section of the wall.
Twin Weapons of Mass Distraction
Easy-going until the top bulge.
A comfortable lead with a really low first bolt.
The left side of the gully as you enter.
Bold off the ground and bouldery to the third, then sharp slab to the left hand anchors.
|8||Bolting Without A Permit||5.10c|
Really hard start to easy climbing in the crack above.
(shares start with corner, but goes right)
The wall across the canyon at the back.
Keep on climbing up the canyon.
|1||Poser Flesh Tastes Like Chicken||5.11a|