Big South Fork
Blue Hole Falls
Cherokee Bluff (CLOSED TO CLIMBING)
Dayton Pocket/Laurel Falls Bouldering
Devil's Race Track
Lake Nickajack Deep Water Soloing
Leda Shade Wall
Obed & Clear Creek
Stone Door @ Savage Gulf State Park.
Stone Fort (aka Little Rock City)
Suck Creek Canyon
Tennessee Wall, The
There's probably no place in the southeast that has such a high concentration of great climbing destinations as has Tennessee. Within an hour's drive of Chattanooga alone are eight crags with enough routes to last you a lifetime. And if you ever get tired of Chattanooga, there's plenty of other climbing areas to keep you busy, from Nashville to the west to Knoxville in the east.
For the authoritative guidebook to Tennessee climbing, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of the Dixie Cragger's Atlas by Chris Watford. If you plan to spend much time in the state, the DCA should be part of your climbing gear.
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Prerequisite for Excellence 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c Trad, 1 pitch, 80' The Tennessee Wall : T-Wall East
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Graham Crackers V1 5 TN : Stone Fort (aka Little Rock...
A super classic, tall arete on one of the coolest boulders in the universe. I've seen this graded harder, but it's so easy to use big jugs just to the right. IMO, the moves are more interesting, and it's slightly harder to stick to smaller holds near the edge. If so, climb straight up the arete, occasionally using crimps on the right side with balancey, barndoor moves. ...[more] Browse More Classics in TN
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