Nevada Points of Interest

Eagle Wall


The Eagle Wall is a popular destination for rock climbers in the Ivanpah-Pahrump Valleys watershed of Nevada. Rising up to 600 feet, the wall offers a variety of climbing options for all skill levels. The rock formations at the Eagle Wall are made of volcanic tuff and are known for their unique shapes and colors. In addition to rock climbing, visitors to the Eagle Wall can also explore the nearby canyons and hiking trails.

Aside from rock climbing and hiking, the Eagle Wall is also a great spot for wildlife viewing. The Ivanpah-Pahrump Valleys watershed is home to a variety of animals, including desert tortoises, bighorn sheep, and various bird species. Visitors may also see evidence of ancient human occupation in the area, such as petroglyphs and other artifacts. Overall, the Eagle Wall offers a unique outdoor experience for those looking to explore the natural beauty and history of Nevada's desert landscape. Get driving directions.
EAGLE WALL

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