Chattanooga is filled with breathtaking nature from picturesque mountains to countless wildflowers—perfect to enjoy on a summer day. Unfortunately, the city’s scenic locales are also filled with some other things that are not as pleasant: poison ivy, oak and sumac.
Your bicep, calf or even a few fingers feel tight during a climb. So what do you do?
Yes, we know it's hot outside, but there are ways to beat the heat and still enjoy Chattanooga’s prime climbing.
Castle Rock, just 3 miles outside of Jasper, Tennessee, is named for its majestic turret-like structure.
and conquered the boulders of Stone Fort. Perhaps you’ve even traveled out to Colorado or to a hidden cave deep in the heart of South America to test your climbing limits. But have you mastered a table?
The Jackal is off the beaten path and thus hasn’t been heavily trafficked in the past couple of decades.
“Hey, it’s Monday and the weather looks good. Where are we climbing?”
There’s nothing like a little competition to motivate an athlete, and the sport of rock climbing is no exception.
It happens every year at various levels, even here in the Southeast. Creaking, expanding, sparkling in the sunlight—the ice comes.
Chattanooga’s rock climbers regularly witness some of the most breathtaking vistas while scaling the region’s countless climbing routes.
A climber’s smartphone can be used for more than snapping a scenic picture from the top of the Tennessee Wall.
Sandstone is the secret ingredient that allows local rock climbers to scale great heights surrounding the Scenic City.
The whirring and whizzing echoing from The Block denote the progress on High Point Climbing and Fitness.
Chattanooga climbers will soon be able to add a new piece of gear to their packs before heading out on their next venture—and it comes in a 432-page volume.
A lot of things that originated in the 1990s have gone out of style—acid wash jeans and scrunchies for instance.