A small area just north (climber's left) of Pinnacle Rock. The crag has interesting looking rock faces and big fallen blocks, but it just doesn't come together into a lot of good climbing. It's a bit overgrown and can be buggy.
When hiking up the trail from Metacomet Road, continue past the large cement blocks about 50 yards. You'll see the rock on your right about 30 yards off the trail. Bushwhack to the base or continue to the top of the hill and turn right onto the blue-blazed Metacomet Trail. In about 75 yards you'll see a section of cemented stone wall and the large lone pine tree. The routes top out at the tree and under the wall.
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Superslab 5.10 R Trad, TR, 60 feet
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Supermantel 5.10+ CT : Central CT Traprock : ... : Lone Pine
Best route at Lone Pine. Start to the right of the largest fallen block and climb up to the overlap/roof. Shift a bit to the left and, as it says in the Fasulo guide, meet Mr. Crux! Follow the vertical crack to the top....[more] Browse More Classics in CT