Climbing Walls in Whitesburg, Carroll County, Georgia USA

Climbing wall height:
140 ft / 42.7 m (14 stories)
Climbing lanes:
2 of 95 ft / 29 m rappel walls, 4 overhangs, a chimney, a traversing overhang
Per hour including equpment and staff facilitator
Free climbing:
Staff assisted only
Whitesburg belongs in Carroll County, Georgia, USA. It is a small town situated along the Chattahoochee River, southeast of the County. The town is known for an awesome recreational park.

This park is every adrenaline and adventure enthusiast’s paradise. This world recognized park with two Guinness records in its favor, one for the longest zip line tour and one for the tallest freestanding climbing wall in the world, is waiting for you to perform your best climbing. The climbing wall stands at a height of 140 ft/42.7 m, which is 14 stories!!

Climbing lanes are 9 and include a couple of 95 ft/29 m rappel walls. Depending on your level of experience, you may start with the 5.5 route or if you prefer to challenge yourself mentally and physically, there is also the 5.12 route.  Each one of these routes is unique and dynamic, as you will come across 4 overhangs, a chimney and a traversing overhang.

If you manage to climb to the top, you will be awarded with a magnificent panoramic view of the Snake Creek Gorge. You can also try the thrilling 10 story controlled free fall to the ground. Bear in mind that due to the height of the wall, only staff assisted climbs are allowed. Your body weight must be at least 60 lbs /27 kg and not exceed 285 lbs/130 kg in order to climb this wall.

The climbing fee is per hour, including staff facilitator and all equipment. It is absolutely essential to make a reservation, before you come. The challenge to climb and conquer the top of this incredible structure will be outstanding!

How to Get to Destination

278 miles / 447 km, 4 hours 39 mins
Head northwest on W Cherry St towards S 2nd St.Turn right onto GA-169 N/Lanes Bridge Rd. Continue to follow GA-169 N. Slight left onto GA-121 N. Continue onto GA-57 W. Turn left to merge onto I-16 W. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for I-75 N/Atlanta and merge onto I-75 N. Take exit 238B for I-285 W towards Atl Airport/Chattanooga. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Clark Howell Hwy/Loop Rd. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Loop Road. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-285 W/Atl Airport/Montgomery and merge onto Interstate 285. Take exit 61 to merge onto I-85 S towards Montgomery/Columbus.Take exit 47 to merge onto GA-34 W/Bullsboro Dr. Turn right onto State Route 34 Bypass/Millard Farmer Industrial Blvd. Continue to follow State Route 34 Bypass. Turn right onto GA-16 W/US-27 Alt N/Temple Ave W. Continue to follow GA-16 W/US-27 Alt N. Sharp right onto Antioch Rd. Continue onto Banning Rd. Turn right onto Horseshoe Dam Rd.
54.8 miles / 88.1 km, 1 hour 13 mins
Head east on E Court Square towards E Ponce De Leon Ave. Turn left onto E Ponce De Leon Ave. Keep left to continue on W Ponce De Leon Ave. Turn left onto Briarcliff Rd NE/Moreland Ave NE. Continue to follow Moreland Ave NE. Turn right to merge onto I-20 W. Take exit 34 for GA-5 towards Douglasville. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Georgia 5 S/Whitesburg. Turn left onto Bill Arp Rd. At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on Bill Arp Rd. Continue onto GA-5 S/State Hwy 5 S/State Route 5 S/Hwy 5 S/Rte 5 S/State 5 S. Turn right onto GA-16 W/US-27 Alt N/Main St. Sharp right onto Antioch Rd. Continue onto Banning Rd. Turn right onto Horseshoe Dam Rd.
Lyons Landing,
6.0 miles / 9.6 km

There is no train serving Whitesburg, so you will have to take a train to Atlanta, GA (ATL), where the nearest station is and from there take a bus or rent a car. Amtrak services cover the entire US.


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