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Castle Rock is a South facing turret of Sandstone that for many years represented how painfully close, yet far away ‘Closed’ crags can be in the Chattanooga region. The obvious u-shaped cliff line overlooks the small town of Jasper, Tennessee and is located on private property. Thankfully, in 2005 the Southeastern Climber’s Coalition negotiated and signed a land-lease to access and climb on the cliffs at Castle Rock. The vertical style climbing gives the area a borderline adventure feel that is exacerbated by the big-air provided by the panoramic views of Sequatchie Valley that unfold below. The cliff provides a healthy mix of traditional & sport style lines, while the cliff’s South-facing aspect makes the area almost entirely a Fall to early Spring crag (with a few shaded exceptions).