Nevada Climbing Hiking, Climbing and Travel
Hiking & Climbing
Nevada gets a bad rap when it comes to climbing. Maybe it deserves it, ask most people to name one peak in Nevada and youíll usually get a puzzled look followed by an ďI donít know anyĒ. Even the state highpoint is a minor summit to a higher peak in California. Before you loose all respect for Nevada as a good place to go climb, we find its niche in the climbing world. Nevada has the most peaks with prominence over 2,000 feet. In fact, Nevada holds the most mountain ranges of any state. What these ranges offer is their solitude. That feeling of remoteness you get hiking deep in a wilderness area can be had from your car in Nevada. Itís just remote, thatís why they hide the UFOís there.
Pilot Peak
Wheeler Peak
Arc Dome
Mount Charleston
North Schell Peak
Spruce Mountain
Elko Mountain
Dolly Varden Range Highpoint

Nevada Drive-ups

Boundary Peak - State Highpoint
Boundary Peak Mount Moriah
Mount Moriah
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