Kris working the over hanging section near the top...
Climbing in Northwestern CT is not as varied or bountiful as other parts of the state but none the less there are some great areas to grab your rope and get out for some pulling. This region is remarkably more hilly, containing CT's highest spot, the side of a hill that has a summit just over the border into Massachusetts.
There is a network of roads throughout the region although there is no main thruway.
Weather station 4.1 miles from here
81 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',25],['2 Stars',36],['1 Star',14],['Bomb',0]
Browse More Classics in Western Highlands
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Western Highlands:
Featured Route For Western Highlands
Latest Regional Forum Messages
Apr 16, 2011
I am originally from North Canaan, CT but didn't get into climbing until I left for UVM. Have been back and climbed since. The NW Corner has a ton of possibility. Tons and tons of boulders, just need to know where to look. Many quality crags as well, just needs to be some dedication, time, and effort into developing, documenting, and gaining access..I hope to get to be a part of this one day.