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treyr


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Directions for people who know Charleston  (North_America: United_States: South_Carolina: Charleston_Area: James_Island_Co_Park)
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If you go down Maybank Hwy. Take a left on too Riverland Dr. Then go down a ways a you will see a sign on the right that says like 500yds to the park u will turn in and u pay $1 and ask for directions to the wall. It cost 10 dollars to climb for out of town folks 8 for intown. Shoes are three bucks and a harness 2.

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Edit the comments box for that gym, and put in better durections.


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This is a good option for people of all skill levels. The on site staff very knowledgeable regarding help with certain routes as climbers get stuck or need a spot from the ground. Depending on the skill level they will allow slack rope climbing and climbing back down the wall versus a rapel down the wall like normal. Kinda tough hours 12-8 during week and 9 to 8 during weekend. Equipment available for rent is good for smaller climbers needing equipment however their selection of equipment that is larger is not that abundant. GOOD OVERALL EXPERIENCE!


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jakramer wrote:
This is a good option for people of all skill levels. The on site staff very knowledgeable regarding help with certain routes as climbers get stuck or need a spot from the ground. Depending on the skill level they will allow slack rope climbing and climbing back down the wall versus a rapel down the wall like normal. Kinda tough hours 12-8 during week and 9 to 8 during weekend. Equipment available for rent is good for smaller climbers needing equipment however their selection of equipment that is larger is not that abundant. GOOD OVERALL EXPERIENCE!

What is "slack rope climbing?"


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At this location you cannot free climb. The option they give you if they know you and feel comfortable they will allow you to simulate free climbing while still being roped in.


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