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Dixon Springs

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About Dixon Springs:

The home of some great John Gill boudlering problems, Dixon Springs has some great bouldering located by the Pool and bathrooms. Boulders are scattered around in the grass. There is a canyon located inside the park as well as rocks scattered along the trails. You might stumble across a trad route or more bouldering if you are up for the hike. There is also a waterfall located inside the park worth a picture.

ACCESS: Climbing is not supposed to be allowed in the park. Since it is a fairly popular area for bouldering, park officials have ignored it. So if your in the area bouldering be courtious to the more than generous park officials. No roping up is allowed.

If you have information regarding the bouldering problems at Dixon Springs, please contact me (Andy Lemon).

Nearest town or city: Vienna

From Marion take 57 south to 24 south. Then take 146 east to park signs.

From Paducah take Interstate 24 west to HWY 45. Go east on 45 for 1/2 a mile then turn North onto HWY 145. Take that to HWY 146 and turn East. Park signs will be on your left.

Parking for Climbing: Park by the pool for bouldering. The boulders are scattered in the grass, you can't miss them.

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With Replies Dixon Springs Climbing Information jordancolburn 3 Dec 13 2009, 8:48 AM