Type: Sport, TR, 170 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Scott Phil on Oct 6, 2016
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Access Issue: Access is only from the top, or along the base of the cliff. Details

Description

This is an interesting friction route that will remind you of Stone Mountain. It follows a very shallow water groove. There is a climb just to the left with 3 bolts that looks even spicier as the first bolt is 20 feet up.

Depending on how you top out, this route can be a real rope stretcher.

Location

This climb is located on the wall below and to the left of the start of Camptown Races. When rapping in from the anchors at the base of Camptown races you should angle to your left to get to the start of Tennessee Stud--and to avoid a bushwacky landing.

The rappel takes either two 60 meter ropes or one 70 meter if you're careful.

Protection

There are 3 well-spaced bolts. The first bolt is around 15-20 feet up with some very thin moves to access it. The last bolt is at least 50 feet below any opportunities for anchors. Top belay options include bolts at the bottom and to climbers left of Camptown Races (Start angling to the right when leaving the water groove to reach these). There are another pair of bolts around 50 feet climbers left (angle left when leaving the water groove), or you can go straight up and thrash through undergrowth below the High Plains Drifter ledge.

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