Disclaimer of risk/liability *
Rock Climbing and associated activities are inherently dangerous and potentially
deadly. While these pages reference rock climbing activities, this site and its'
contributors do not assume any risk or liability for anyone but themselves. All comments,
suggestions, recommendations, reports, and content of these pages are to be considered
only opinions from non-expert sources unless stated otherwise. Though efforts are made to
insure the information presented within the Flatliners Southeastclimbing.com web site is
accurate, no guarantees are implied or suggested.
Those interested in Rock Climbing or related activities should
obtain professional instruction from a licensed, reputable source, such as a guide, a
school, or service. We will recommend services we have used, but assume no liability
associated with them.
Risk is the driving element of climbing. It is up to you to decide how much risk you
are willing to be responsible for; that will determine the level at which you climb. Do
not attempt to pursue potentially dangerous sports such as rock climbing without
appropriate training. Be aware even the best trained and most highly experienced persons
are vulnerable to acts of nature. Evaluate your experience honestly before you put your
life in danger, and seek qualified instruction and guidance when indicated. It's worth
every penny you'll pay a teacher to be whole and alive. "Beginner" mistakes in
climbing can be deadly. Review Statistics from Accidents
in North American Mountaineering.
For more detailed information concerning this web site, rock climbing
safety, and other such topics, please review the FAQ's
(Frequently Asked Questions) on this site.