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Many people are shocked to find out that there is rock climbing in Oklahoma. If you conducted a poll, you would probably find out that most non-Okies think the entire state is made up of some type of farmland or wooded hills. But if you look a little closer, you can find some of the finest walls in the southern United States. Most of the climbing in the state is divided up between four areas. The southwestern part of the state is home to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and Quartz Mountain. Both of these areas have excellent granite walls. The northeastern part of the state has a limestone bouldering area called Chandler Park, and the eastern part of the state is known for a scenic sandstone location called Robbers Cave. This guidebook is a compilation of unverified information gathered from many different sources on the whereabouts and difficulties of various rock climbing routes. The author cannot guarantee the accuracy of any of the information in this book. Some of the information in this book may be incorrect or misleading so it is up to you to verify the information before attempting any route. Route ratings, and runout ratings are nothing more than a matter of opinion. A 5.7 to one climber may feel like a 5.10 to another and the physical characteristics of different climbers may effect how difficult you think the route is. Rock climbing is a high risk sport and the user of this book assumes full responsibility for his or her own safety
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