A climber tackled a sandstone cliff in Breaks Interstate Park. The park on the Kentucky-Virginia line recently opened access for rock climbing, which had not been allowed before.
A climber tackled a sandstone cliff in Breaks Interstate Park. The park on the Kentucky-Virginia line recently opened access for rock climbing, which had not been allowed before. Bill Estep Courtesy of Access Fund
A climber tackled a sandstone cliff in Breaks Interstate Park. The park on the Kentucky-Virginia line recently opened access for rock climbing, which had not been allowed before. Bill Estep Courtesy of Access Fund

Rock climbing OK’d at Breaks Interstate Park for adventure tourism

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