Bouldering in RRG

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Bouldering in RRG

Post by jkelly97 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:25 pm

So I know bouldering in the gorge is kind of an eye roll topic, however I just got into climbing about a year ago with a friend so I've used his stuff (other than harness and shoes) up to this point and have no gear of my own (college budget, what can I say). My family is headed up to the gorge for thanksgiving and I've never been (usually climb in the Carolinas) but I have no gear for any real climbing, and as appealing as it sounds to hike around with the fam looking at things I wish I could climb, I was hoping there would be something I could Boulder around on to at least get a feel for the area. Only have a few days there so I'm hoping I can hit the best places (long approaches are ok as long as it's a decent trail, hard to find places however.. Well it wouldn't be the first time I got lost trying to find a Craig) Any suggestions where I should go?

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Post by DrRockso » Mon Nov 23, 2015 12:52 am

Here comes pigsteak...

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Post by Josephine » Tue Nov 24, 2015 5:12 pm

pigsteak can't be bothered to comment on here anymore. he's too busy scrubbing boulders! :-)
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