Party at Crash Pad celebrates the climbing site’s protection
Beer, food, rock climbing, and music…come join the party at the Castle Rock Bash!
Castle Rock is one of the Southeast’s premier climbing areas, sitting atop the Cumberland Plateau. The forested property contains a rock bluff, visible from the valley below, which is popular among local and visiting rock climbers.
And now it will be protected and accessible to the public forever. The Land Trust for Tennessee, The Tennessee River Gorge Trust, Southeastern Climbers Coalition, Access Fund, and The Conservation Fund partnered together to protect Castle Rock. Forever. Is that awesome or what?
So let’s celebrate! The Castle Rock Bash is Thursday April 30 from 6 - 9 p.m. It’s happening at The Crash Pad, 29 Johnson St. on the Southside. You’ll pay $5 for your first beer (including Castle Rock pint glasses for the first 200 guests) and $3 after that. Shoutout to The Crash Pad for donating their venue for the event. We love you as much as we love Castle Rock!
If you want more information about this event or to view amazing pictures of climbers on Castle Rock, go to landtrusttn.org/castle-rock-bash/. There’s also a Castle Rock climbing guide.