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Summary

Good cooler weather crag as the cliffs get plenty of sun.

Description

Short to medium height limestone walls displaying a range of limestone characteristics from crimpy sharp edges to rounded pipes. Not the most epic spot, but easy to get to. Routes range from 5.4 to 5.13b.

Access issues

King's Bluff is owned and maintained by the Southeastern Climbers Coalition.

Approach

This crag is actually in Clarksville, TN right above the Cumberland River on the highway 41A bypass, AKA Ashland City Road. The entrance is located near the Max Court culdesac. It is a very short approach from the parking lot to the base of the cliffs. (A few minutes hike). From Max Ct go through the gate. Parking is at the end of the road where you can find the trail left of the bulletin board. 923 Max Ct Clarksville, TN 37043 United States

History

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Emmanuel "Eman" Lacoste published his 3rd Edition of "Little Crimpers, A Rock Climber's Guide To Clarksville, Tennessee. Vertasia: Lexington, KY, September 25, 2013.

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