T-Wall (sport)

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The Tennessee Wall is named for the Tennessee River that meanders through the Tennessee River Gorge just at the base of the Prentice Cooper State forest that is home to miles of hiking trails, 4×4 roads, and T-Wall Sandstone! Luckily for climbers, Prentice Cooper manages their lands with a very pro-recreation stance that has helped to establish Prentice Cooper State Forest as one of the most popular and well-used recreational resources in the region. T-Wall itself is a South facing crag sitting high atop the TN river gorge whose 80 foot walls tower above tree-lines and soak in sun and exposure. For this reason, the season at T-Wall is from Fall to Spring. It doesn’t get much better than a winter at the T-Wall — while it doesn’t get much worse than a Summer season at the T-Wall either… Oh yeah, we should probably mention that T-Wall is, by far, a TRAD area, and it’s considered a major sacrilege to leave the rack in your car. But, as the sport climbing route inventory has maxed out just shy of 50 high quality (and mostly difficult) lines, it’s becoming an ever popular trend for hard sport climbers to shirk the rack for a day of sporty ‘thuggin’ in the many steep caves and amphitheaters that T-Wall has to offer.

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