Land's End Area Rock Climbing
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The Land's End Area encompasses the western edge of the Palisade Lobe. There are several climbable buttresses in the area that range in height from 30-80 feet. The rock is high quality, featured basalt.
Getting There [Edit]
From Grand Junction drive south on US Highway 50 for ~13 miles and turn east (left) onto Kannah Creek Road. Stay on the main road following the signs to Land's End for ~18 miles. Drive time is ~1 hour.
Classic Climbing Routes at Land's End Area
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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