This wooded crag makes an excellent winter crag. It is south facing and gets sun for most of the afternoon. The summit offers pleasant views of the eastern side of the ridge. In the summertime, there are persistent mosquitoes, and the right side of the cliff weeps.
Follow the metacomet trail from Pinnacle or from from Rt.6. The last time I visited there was a climbers train emanating from the neighborhood west of the crag.
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Down-to-Earth 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a CT : Central CT : ... : Rattlesnake Cliff
Start up the left facing corner (same as Slip Knot) to the roof. Traverse left on tiny feet underneath the roof. Reach the arÍte and move down and around it to south facing wall. Move left on the short wall and finish on low angled wall....[more] Browse More Classics in CT
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