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Toxic Wall

Toxic Wall 


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Submitted By: KHall on Aug 15, 2009
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Description 

Nashville's premiere outdoor climbing area. By premiere I mean only. Toxic Wall is a small band of very steep limestone along the Stones River. Managed by the Army Corp of Engineers, this secluded area is situated below the Percy Priest Dam. The area is popular with fishermen and climbers who sometimes leave an awful mess. Be good and pack out your trash and pick up some in the process. Its good Ju-Ju. Toxic Wall is best in the late afternoon during the summer and when the sun is out in the winter. Otherwise its either a sweat/freeze fest. The rock for the most part is bomber and sharp. Most of the routes are short and sporty. There are a few trad lines and numerous boulder problems. Passive pro is recommended for the trad lines as the force of a fall on a cam could blow out the surrounding rock.


Getting There 

From I-40E take exit 219. At the light make a Right onto Stewart's Ferry Pike. At the first light make a left onto Bell Road. Drive over the dam and make the first left onto Dodson Chapel Road. Make an immediate left into the park. Drive down park road to parking lot. From the parking lot take the steps in the far right corner to a well worn path that goes across a large field. Follow path under the interstate across two creeks and up a small hill. From here the trail follows the cliffline. Atop the small hill a trail leads up and right to a couple of V-easy boulder problems. Be careful though, if your spotter is not paying attention you could take a serious tumble down into the river. From the parking lot the approach is 5-10 min.




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Marc Seitzman on Back Breaker
Marc Seitzman on Back Breaker
Unknown Route, bolted, in the middle of the wall
Unknown Route, bolted, in the middle of the wall
Toxic wall seen from the river
Toxic wall seen from the river
Same bolted route in the middle of the wall
Same bolted route in the middle of the wall
Jeff Noffsinger on The Reach
Jeff Noffsinger on The Reach
Daniel Worley on Back Breaker
Daniel Worley on Back Breaker
Most of the long traverse available at Toxic Wall. This is the first climbable section you come to on the trail.
BETA PHOTO: Most of the long traverse available at Toxic Wall....
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