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Location: CT : Western Highlands : Whitestone Cliff : The Slab : A Prime Climb (5.6 R) : Photo
By: wivanoff When: Sep 30, 2014

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Comments: I think you need to traverse just a little bit more to the left below the overhang


Location: CT : Western Highlands : Whitestone Cliff : The Slab : Going Vertical (5.5) : Photo
By: wivanoff When: Sep 30, 2014

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Comments: Pretty sure it's the left path, Kurt. The right path is the finish for "A Prime Climb"


Location: CT : CT Bouldering : Pootatuck State Forest
By: wivanoff When: Feb 20, 2014

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Comments: "do you by chance have any beta on what trails/locations?"

No, Morgan, I''m sorry.

Refer to the pdf link: I had placed a geocache out by the cove at the New Fairfield/Sherman line. This was in 2007, so memory is a little hazy.

I parked at the coords listed above and hiked the fire road to west green trail, crossed Worden Brook and on to the cove. From the cove I hiked west to the top of the mountain in Sherman. Return trip was via the east green trail to blue trail and part of yellow trail to... more >>


Location: CT : CT Bouldering : Pootatuck State Forest
By: wivanoff When: Feb 20, 2014

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Comments: Maybe not so much Squantz Pond as the Pootatuck State forest next to Squantz. Park at N 41 30.733' W 73 30.041' and follow trails/fire road. Map here: ct.gov/deep/lib/deep/statepark...

I don't do much bouldering but there are some huge boulders off the trails in here. You can probably mountain bike the fire roads.


Location: NY : The Gunks : The Trapps : b. Jackie and friends : Classic (5.7)
By: wivanoff When: Apr 9, 2013

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Comments: I heard someone replaced the second pin on Classic in March/April 2013
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Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: Oak Tricam WTF!?!?!Climbing Gear Discussionwivanoff14 hours ago
re: new to CT - partners/beta?Eastern Stateswivanoff2 days ago
re: Cordellette, nylon webbing....cut to length or buy more?Beginning Climberswivanoff2 days ago
re: Three point anchor - The Saga ContinuesTrad ClimbingwivanoffAug 20, 2016
re: Three point anchor - The Saga ContinuesTrad ClimbingwivanoffAug 20, 2016
re: Three point anchor - The Saga ContinuesTrad ClimbingwivanoffAug 20, 2016
re: using accessory cord for slings...Trad ClimbingwivanoffAug 19, 2016
re: Three point anchor - The Saga ContinuesTrad ClimbingwivanoffAug 19, 2016
re: How do you like this tether/ rappel extension ?General ClimbingwivanoffAug 16, 2016
re: How do you like this tether/ rappel extension ?General ClimbingwivanoffAug 15, 2016
re: first lead in gunksTrip ReportswivanoffAug 14, 2016
re: How do you like this tether/ rappel extension ?General ClimbingwivanoffAug 13, 2016
re: Shockley's Ceiling Short Guy BetaEastern StateswivanoffAug 3, 2016
re: Tips and trick for rope solo free climbing?General ClimbingwivanoffJul 30, 2016
re: Tips and trick for rope solo free climbing?General ClimbingwivanoffJul 30, 2016
re: Single twins for toproping/belaying 2ndClimbing Gear DiscussionwivanoffJul 23, 2016
re: Accident on Shockleys - Sunday July 17thInjuries and AccidentswivanoffJul 21, 2016
re: The How to Make a Guidebook ThreadClimbing Gear DiscussionwivanoffJul 11, 2016
re: Quad made from 2 dyneema slings?Beginning ClimberswivanoffJul 10, 2016
re: Near miss at the GunksInjuries and AccidentswivanoffJul 9, 2016
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