Seven Falls Bouldering Climbing
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DescriptionTaken from the RMF Newsletter:
Most of the rock consists of solid quartzite. For reasons apparent only to structural geologists, the majority of the outcrops fall into two categories: slabby, or slightly overhanging. The latter type has been the main focus of my outings, since the rock requires little or no cleaning, and challenging lines are easy to spot. Top-outs at Seven Falls are commonly rounded and will keep you thinking. Many of the walls have near perfect landings, but be careful not to lose anything in the thick layer of leaves below.
Map & Above txt by Austin Zinsser:
Getting ThereTaken from the RMF Newsletter: Take Route 9 North or South to exit 10. Take a right onto Route 154 at the light at the end of the ramp. Follow for approximately one mile. Seven Falls will be on your left after the Middletown/Higganum town line. Park on the pull-off section, because Seven Falls parking lot is closed during the winter season.
Classic Climbing Routes at Seven Falls Bouldering
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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