We have compiled outdoor events in the Southwest for you as a resource from various online sources –
they are not official Southwest Explorers’ events.

Holiday (JD) Slots of fun and challenges. Small group.

Red Rock Casino, West Parking Garage, 3rd Floor, NW Corner 11011 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas

EXPERIENCED AND ADVANCED SCRAMBLERS ONLY. SMALL GROUP. This is the most challenging way to get to Holiday Peak. We will approach the slots and ropes route via a NEW, FASTER,...

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Lost Creek Peak

Bank of America 11710 W Charleston Blvd STE 110, Vista Commons, Las Vegas

We will take the graffiti traverse route from Willow springs. Hike: Lost Creek Peak - round tripTrailhead: Willow SpringsDistance: 5 milesElevation gain: 2,100 feetElevation peak: 6,664 feetTime: 6 to 7...

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Up, Up and Away

Red Springs Parking Lot Calico Dr. and Calico Basin Rd., Las Vegas

This is a new route for us. We will start out going up a couple of challenging slots and cruise up to the top of Red Springs. NO BEGINNER SCRAMBLERS-sorry,...

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PracticeCrack DianeScramble!

Kraft Mountain Parking Lot Sandstone Dr, Las Vegas

Social Distancing/Full Vaccination & Booster Hiker gear & Helmet2 miles700+level 3-4+2 hourslow & steady This is a DianeScramble to seek out source of crackclimb. PLEASE READ:Lyn Blackshaw & Diane Wilson...

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Skull Canyon Fitness Hike

Cowboy Trails Red Rock Canyon Rd and Red Rock Canyon Stables, LAS VEGAS

Skull Canyon is a trail hike that is a very challenging route with lots of ascents and descents. The total distance of this up and back hike is 4.5 miles...

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Aerial Silks (must text to reserve)

Nevada Climbing Center 3065 E. Patrick Ln. Suite #4 Across from Del Sol High School - Behind the buildling., Las Vegas

Aerial Silks by our dynamic aerialist Alex! On Tuesdays 8pm- 9:30pm NCC members take for free. $10 drop in for non members. Private lessons available for individual or small group....

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