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NJSlacker


Jan 13, 2011, 9:07 PM
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Red River Gorge highlines
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Hey all

I'll be heading to the Red for a week of climbing, but I know I'm going to need an off day. I've heard that there were at least two highlines established there, but don't know any more than that. Someone care to fill me in?

George


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Seriously?


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rtwilli4 wrote:
Seriously?

...no. The guy with "slacker" in his username made a trolling post asking about highlines.


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I have only heard of a highline at Torrent Falls but I don't know any specifics. I would think the Red has awesome potential for highlines (even off trees) over the many secluded alcoves located all throughout the forests there, at least that's what I remember from my hiking days there in a previous life. Long spansets and A-frames???


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