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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalitySport and Trad
Long/Lat: -83.711290, 37.651779
- Access Issues: inherited from Pendergrass-Murray Recreational Preserve
Please climb responsible and follow Leave No Trace practices. All dogs must be leashed or under control of their owners. Stay off tagged projects and do not touch or use any project ropes, draws, or other gear. Stay on established trails and do not mark or damage tress or other vegetation. Approval by the RRGCC is required prior to the establishment of any new crags or trails. No hunting, trapping, digging for archaeological artifacts, or operation of motorized vehicles off established roads is permitted. No open fires are permitted due to the oil extraction activity in the area and the enormous threat of forest fire in a region of numerous oil wells would pose. Overnight camping (no long-term camping) is permitted as long as it is not in a climbing area, along a trail, or near any oil equipment. Please remove all refuse and bury human waste.
Go Home Yankee
FA: Matt Tackett, Charlie Rittenberry, 2006
Wearing Out My Welcome
FA: Jason Haas, Equipped Matt Tackett, 2006
FA: Jason Hass, 2006
Kiss It All Better
FA: Dan Beck, Catherine Harrison, 2006
FA: Sandy Davies,Tina Bronaugh, Dana Weller, 2006
FA: Wes Allen,Stephanie Meadows, JATD crew, 2006
FA: Wes Allen, JATD crew, 2006
The Climbing Corpse Cometh
FA: Jason Hass,Matt Tackett, Don McGlone, 2006
Jackie the Stripper
FA: Jordan Wood, 2008
Sore Heal OP
Trad is His Son
FA: Matt Tackett, Jeremy Egleston, 2005
FA: Jeff Castro, Dan Spalding, 2012
And They Called it A Route
FA: Matt Tackett, Jason Haas, 2006
|5.8||Kiss It All Better||90ft|
|Trad is His Son||65ft|
|5.8 R||And They Called it A Route||50ft|
|5.10d||The Climbing Corpse Cometh||60ft|
|5.12a||Go Home Yankee||775ft,|
|Wearing Out My Welcome||880ft,|
|5.12b||Jackie the Stripper||270ft,|
|5.12d||Sore Heal OP||890ft,|