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Bouldering in the Southeastern United States

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Bouldering in the Southeastern United States
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Bouldering in the Southeastern United States

Photos by Luke Laeser – The sandstone boulders of the southeastern states are becoming widely respected as world class climbing destinations that offer a variety of styles and grades for all climbers. The perfect grainy textures provide amazing friction on everything from horizontal roofs to sneaky slab problems. Shown in this gallery are photos taken over the last four years from the Stone Fort (aka Little Rock City) and Pot Point near Chattanooga, Tennessee; RockTown which lies to the west LaFayette, Georgia; and Horse Pens 40, to the north of Birmingham, Alabama.