This area is best described as two different outcroppings. The first is a larger vertical highball wall with a steep 45 degree wall at one end. The second is another tier higher, sitting just above the lower wall. This shorter wall has several great lines worth the extra effort.
Located uphill and right of the Moon Rock and Temple Wall. From Moon Rock, proceed up and right past two highball slabs.
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Flannel Tuxedo V7 CT : Connecticut Bouldering : ... : Lower Upper Wall
This amazing but short climb start high on the basically blank overhanging face on the only decent hold. Yard up and onto the hold with a decent right foot down low. Fire up to the slopey hold on the lip and then throw once more for the top. Gain the crack 1' behind the lip and mantle. Tricky mantle spit me off more then once! ...[more] Browse More Classics in CT