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2011 03-13 Rock Climbing at Foster Falls
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On March 13, 2011 we took a rock climbing trip to Foster Falls in Southeast Tennessee.  Foster Falls is part of the South Cumberland State Park.  We had to hike approximately 1.8 miles to this location.  The setting was absolutely beautiful.

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