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Lime Kiln
Arizona

Jon Jasper walking pass the steep 400-ft limestone walls of the Lime Kiln climbing area outside of Mesquite, Nevada.

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Tags: climbing; rock climbing; lime kiln; arizona strip; mesquite; arizona; hiking; cliffs; outdoors; nature
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