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Dug Mountain (Hood Rock) Dalton, GA

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buzzard's blessing 
Confederate, The 
Emerald Beyond 
Kittens in space  
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livin in da hood 
un-named free climb T,TR 
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Dug Mountain (Hood Rock) Dalton, GA 

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Location: 34.743, -85.01534 View Map  Incorrect?
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Mostly shaded sandstone boulders. routes sometimes require a little maintenance, but some boulders are good quality.

Getting There 

Take i75 to exit 333. Go west on Dug gap mountain road. Parking is at the top of the mountain just before the pinhoti trail access. Approach is less than .25 mile to most boulders

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Kittens v5  <br />very gymnastic over hung piece. with very direct interesting crimps.
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The free climb that is on the big boulder that houses venom and other good climbs. the route goes up and slightly left.
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By tenesmus
May 15, 2013

I grew up in Dalton and always wondered what was up there. Seems like there would be a ton of hidden gems around there.