The ultimate tour would look something like this.... From ATL, start by heading North for two hours.... Check out Tallulah on the way, then camp in Highlands. Climb one of the big granite formations for however long you have, then head West along Hwy 64.... Camp and climb somewhere in Chattanooga....TWall, Sunset. Head SW on I59 stopping at any or all of the Alabama crags along the way with Little River Canyon being the furthest North and HP40 and Steele being the furthest South along I59 before Birmingham. Camp at HP40. Leave for Louisiana....there is virtually no climbing in between unless you dip down to Moss Rock Preserve. If not wanting to do the Northern leg of the first part, head West through Rome, GA to Lost Wall and Rock town. Camp and climb here, then jog over to LRC, Jamestown, Sandrock or wherever. Camp and climb, then follow I59 Southwest as per the above. Sport climbing exclusively will greatly limit your options in the SE. However, Curahee, Fosters, LRC, Sandrock all offer predominantly bolted lines, the likes of which would keep you busy indefinately. Beware mixed lines - bolts/gear. Weather will be a major consideration if this traveling is to occur soon. It's been raining for the most part for ten solid days with weather not clearing til Wednesday. January is always rough in the South with the precipitation and fluctuating temps.