Why would you want to live in Lone Mountain? You get magnificent views of the mountains and of the city. It stands approximately 600 feet above Vegas, which is why it’s sought after by those who seek breathtaking views and “prominence peaks.” You’ll find Lone Mountain on the Northwestern part of Vegas, with access to I-95 and State Highway 215. It’s your quick get-away from the busy city life with lots of routes to the summit, definitely a climber’s home.
If you’re looking to climb the summit here are your possible routes:
- South Ridge
- North Ridge
- East Buttress
- Southeast Gully
- Regular Route
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Most of the homes in Lone Mountain are custom made luxury homes. This community has enough large developments built in small groups to serve the residents who choose to live a somewhat serene lifestyle away from the Strip.
The Cliffs at Lone Mountain is a mixture of upscale townhomes and condominiums with amenities designed to exceed homeowners expectations. Every floorplan is carefully tailored for style and comfort. It’s the modern lifestyle complete with all the perks that only Vegas can offer.
The community of Lone Mountain is named after Lone Mountain, it’s snuggled between 215 Beltway and Lone Mountain, near Centennial Hills and Summerlin. It’s bordered by many shopping and dining options on its south and north. Plus it has lighted ball fields, parks, lots of quality schools, medical services, and it’s just a short walk from the Lone Mountain Heights. The police and fire stations are just within 5 miles of the community so that’s added peace of mind for you and your family.
The Great Basin, Mojave Desert, and Sonoran are within the same area as Lone Mountain homes, they provide homeowners with an interesting ecosystem of plant life and animals. Plus, if you’re into rock climbing, The Red Rock Canyon is just 20 minutes away. You and your family will always have an abundantly supply of outdoor recreational activities here.
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