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The cliffs at Big Soddy are owned and managed by the Cumberland Trail State Park. Big Soddy is named for its namesake watershed that drops through the Cumberland Plateau raging through the class 4 & 5 whitewater river gorge that is located within a 15 minute hike from its neighbor, Deep Creek. The cliff, however, stands in stark contrast to its nearby counterpart. While the crags of Deep Creek are nestled away in a steep & shady drainage, the cliffs at Big Soddy soar above the tree line and are bathed in sun. To this end, Big Soddy compliments the summer cragging at Deep Creek, offering south facing winter cragging yielding wildly tall & exposed routes on vertical to severely overhanging terrain. Of special interest are the many splitter cracks and mixed lines in the area that together with the remote approach and big air give Big Soddy an adventurous style.