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By cosborne
Feb 11, 2014

I am going to T Wall in a few weekends and need to find some sort of guidebook so I don't wander around trying to figure out what route is where and all that. I know there is one for sale but I can't find it. Any kind of online guide I can print off that people have used?


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By rock_fencer
From Columbia, SC
Feb 11, 2014
Myself placing a a blue/yellow offset MC to protect between Bolt 2/3 just post crux . <br /> <br />Picture credit goes to eric Singleton, and many thanks to Josh Bagget for the great belay.

mountain project app

rock-creek in chatty should be able to set you up with a guide book


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By TKHouse
Feb 11, 2014

There's so many prominent and identifiable corners at T-Wall you probably could get by just fine with the MP app.

With that said, Rock Creek will definitely have it. I'd recommend the Robinson guide if you're strictly climbing at T-Wall. If you're venturing around Tennessee some more the Cragger's Atlas would be nice. I haven't read through the new Chatty guidebook yet, but I've heard great things. Not sure if T-Wall's in there, though...


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By Bobby Hutton
From indiana
Feb 12, 2014
Fisheyed fool 10b foster falls

Your best bet if you have a smart phone would be to download the t-wall app. It has detailed pictures and descriptions of routes and was only $.99 when I bought it a couple months ago. The Rob Robinson Guide has more routes but the app covers the most popular section of the crag.


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By Bobby Hutton
From indiana
Feb 12, 2014
Fisheyed fool 10b foster falls

Your best bet if you have a smart phone would be to download the t-wall app. It has detailed pictures and descriptions of routes and was only $.99 when I bought it a couple months ago. The Rob Robinson Guide has more routes but the app covers the most popular section of the crag.


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By The Blueprint Part Dank
Feb 19, 2014
Bohemian grove

Bobby Hutton wrote:
Your best bet if you have a smart phone would be to download the t-wall app. It has detailed pictures and descriptions of routes and was only $.99 when I bought it a couple months ago. The Rob Robinson Guide has more routes but the app covers the most popular section of the crag.



+1 it's a really good app


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By lucander
From Stone Ridge, NY
Feb 19, 2014
Lucander off the GT Ledge on p. 2 of Keep on Struttin.

The Rob Robinson book is great, plus you're supporting a well-done book by a vastly under-appreciated climbing legend. various iterations of the Dixie Craggers Atlas will suffice as well.


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