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By trad4eva
Mar 21, 2013
Is this place open for everyone? Or is it an underground crag for those in the know?

Can someone send me the directions?

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By James Arnold
From Chattanooga
Mar 21, 2013
Chew toyed
southeasternoutdoors.com/outdo...

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By Jeremy Hand
Mar 21, 2013
slopey
Are you inferring to the B Rocks in Chattanooga or Middle Tennessee? They're both on private property, the one in Monterey is open access, the Chattanooga crag is closed. PM for details. Maybe slay thread?

southeasternoutdoors.com/outdo...

This link works ^

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By trad4eva
Mar 21, 2013
I didn't know there was another area. I was referring to the Chattanooga spot. So it is a closed crag. Is it open for locals?

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By Alex Whitman
Mar 21, 2013
Luxury Liner, Indian Creek
Who exactly owns the cliff line?

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By James Arnold
From Chattanooga
Mar 21, 2013
Chew toyed
thegardeninnbb.com/

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By Alex Whitman
Mar 21, 2013
Luxury Liner, Indian Creek
Sorry, I meant who owns the Chattanooga B Rock?

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By Jeremy Hand
Mar 22, 2013
slopey
The entire crag is owned by a number of individuals that own homes there... It is closed. The majority of the routes finish at the base of someone's backyard.

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By shannon stegg
Mar 23, 2013
I remember climbing there in the day with Forrest Gardner, great crack lines. Rob put out a little guide book out years ago when you could get away with climbing there. Another killer crag lost!

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By shannon stegg
Mar 23, 2013
And even further South is Grayton's Gulf, the last and only time I climbed there the landowner met us with a 45 straped to his side and said boys you can climb here today, but dont let me see you here ever again!

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By rock_fencer
From Columbia, SC
Mar 23, 2013
Myself placing a a blue/yellow offset MC to protec...
perhaps the lesson here is that instead of illegally climbing on private property we can actively approach land owners prior to creating access issues....just a novel thought i know.

not every piece of rock in the SE has to be climbed!!

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By rock_fencer
From Columbia, SC
Mar 23, 2013
Myself placing a a blue/yellow offset MC to protec...
Paul Barnes wrote:
Um...yes they do. They just don't have to be talked about. You're no fun anymore anyway. Get back to med school so you can write my old ass a prescription....or two...


going to have to wait at least 3.5 more years before i might be able to write you a script Paul....but seriously i honestly think its time for a bit of a turn around in the way we achieve access in the SE... being honest after the fact sure doesnt help with herpes and it doesnt promote good faith relationships with land owners

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By Rhett Burroughs
From Valdosta, GA
Mar 29, 2013
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rock_fencer wrote:
....but seriously i honestly think its time for a bit of a turn around in the way we achieve access in the SE... being honest after the fact sure doesnt help with herpes and it doesnt promote good faith relationships with land owners


Yes!!!!!11

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