The Clubhouse Rock Climbing
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80 foot tall wave of overhanging rock with 15 distinct lines. The angle and height of the rock are perfect for steep sport climbing, if these routes see a lot more traffic, the quality should improve greatly to produce a convenient crag for the times when its a little hot in Red Rock and a little cold at the other Charleston spots. As it currently stands, the routes are too chossy to fully enjoy.
The Mojave Limestone book incorrectly lists this area under Route 158. This is the lowest elevation area in Kyle Canyon and is directly off of Route 157. The book also lists a number of projects; at least one of these projects appears to have been sent since it was published. There are still a few lines with red tags.
Most of the routes are equipped with permadraws and lower-off anchors, but there are a few less steep routes on the right side of the cliff that are not.
From the visitor's center parking, take a trail that heads down into the valley below. At the bottom of the trail, take a left into a wash, aiming for the leftmost of a few paved trails which head steeply back up the hillside. Follow the paved trail all the way to the base of the cliffs. As the trail turns right, away from the cliffs, there is a steep and loose dirt hill. Scramble up the left side of this hill, hugging the cliffside, to a trail which heads through the bushes and snakes its way to the base of the crag. 0.7 miles and about 20 minutes.
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