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    Black Mountain TN. Cumberland Trail

    My brother and I went out a few weeks ago to Black Mountain to do some hiking and climbing. Cool place, lots of good rock and a bunch of caves to play in. We are trying to get all of the Cumberland trail in this year and start some more pieces of the Appalachian trail I havent done yet next year. http://www.cumberlandtrail.org/ http://www.appalachiantrail.org/about-the-trailName:  DSC02096.jpg
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    some more pics of the area with my brother

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    That looks awesome. I would definitely be interested in climbing with you guys when I come back to TN in May.
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    Those rocks are cool. Looks like a fun area.

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    I grew in PA and we had a Cabin in the Allegheny Mountains and I grew up playing in areas like that. The Appalachians truly are an amazing sight, boulders bigger than houses covered in moss and ferns everywhere. I miss it sometimes. I have to plan a trek back east to do some hiking along the trail again sometime soon.

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