US: Breaks park welcomes rock climbers
June 24 (TravelAndy): Adventure enthusiasts in the US can now go rock climbing at the Breaks Interstate Park in Kentucky.
Breaks Interstate Park, located inside Jefferson National Forest, situated between the states of Kentucky and Virginia, has recently opened as an official rock climbing sport.
With all required approvals, the park is ready to welcome climbers. The park, with its canyon bordered by sandstone walls, is slated to be a hit among enthusiasts.
Breaks already has approximately 75 established climbing routes, with potential for hundreds more.
With formal recognition as a rock climbing park, it is expected to get more tourists, which will boost the economy of the region.