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Routes in Panola Mountain

Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Clint Walker
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Shared By: Clint Walker on Apr 9, 2017
Admins: saxfiend

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Access Issue: Check in with the rangers at the nature center every time you go bouldering. DO NOT GO ON THE ACTUAL MOUNTAIN Details


Start with high sidepull for your left and high crimp for your right. Climb straight up through slopers and crimps to the top out.


Crash pads and spotter


Pretty much all of these routes and more were climbed about 8 years ago... this area has been combed by a lot of strong climbers quite some time ago. If it hasn't been climbed it is hard
I believe Zack Pitts climbed this one first Nov 18, 2017
I also see someone has been having fun with a crow bar since I was last spending time out there... not cool Nov 18, 2017
Clint Walker  
No one really cares about FA's until they are in the v12 or above range. But have your friend Zack contact me and i would be happy to make the changes. Also, did you have any big rocks break off while you were climbing any of the established problem? Nov 20, 2017
Brad Caldwell
Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
Brad Caldwell   Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
A hahaha...until the V12 range! Too funny! Nov 21, 2017
Clint Walker  
lol... People do not get recognized in the climbing community by climbing easy stuff. Nov 21, 2017
Brad Caldwell
Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
Brad Caldwell   Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
HAHAHAHAHA!!! I didnt know the goal was to get recognized...for the past 3 decades, I just thought it was about having fun and I've been doing it all wrong!!! Thanks so much for setting everyone straight!!! Nov 21, 2017
Clint Walker  
LOL!!! Climbing is all for fun. That is why we post new problems on this site. Not to get recognized (because like I said previously no one really cares about who got the FA of easy problems), but hoping that other people will visit and enjoy the areas that we put so much work into. And I would think that a person who has been climbing for "3 decades" would have a little more respect rather than just combing through MP trying to find things to criticize. But I guess there is at least one in every crowd, so thank you for being that guy… Have fun writing your clever response and enjoy the fact that you can have the last word because I will no longer respond. Have a great day and I truly hope you enjoy the Panola boulders :) Nov 21, 2017

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