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jeapord


Jul 9, 2007, 1:08 AM
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Cherokee Bluff, AL Route Potential  (North_America: United_States: Alabama: Southern: Cherokee_Rock_Bluffs)
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Does anyone know how much untouched cliffline there is at Cherokee Bluff in Central Alabama? I've heard that if one is willing to clean off the rock there's lots of cliffline unbolted and unclimbed.


bradlmd


Jul 17, 2007, 12:06 AM
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There is some areas uncleaned but not a ton. I would say there is maybe 3 or 4 routes yet to be climbed but if you are interested in cleaning new rock go on the other side of the bridge from Cherokee bluffs on the same side of the river and there is a whole nother cliff line that is covered in kudzu and poison ivy that has several nice lines on it that have never been touched and for good reason. Also there is a cliff in Columbus GA that is just down stream on the west side of the river below one of the dams that is easily a quarter mile long with hundreds of route options that has barely been touched. Anyways hope you deside to do some bush wacking for the rest of us. I dont live there anymore but I know what kind of work it takes to get an area off the ground. Good luck.


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