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Routes in The Cut Boulder

Gravity Tax, The TR 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c V3 6A R
State Labor V-easy 3
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Description [Suggest Change]

There are several decent sized boulders here that are deserving of a scrub and ascents - as well as one large face with a set of bolted anchors on the top (they're questionable and it is probably better to use pads). In the future I intend to update this information, and add photos and routes. Currently it appears as though no one has touched this rock in a time, although the bolted anchors indicate that there have been past ascents.

Getting There [Suggest Change]

Upon reaching the bottom of the short trail to the cut, instead of turning right towards the cliffs, take a quick left and then right down a clear path by a telephone pole. Walk straight into the woods for less than 75 feet past a wetland. You will see the boulder/boulders on your right. The highest boulder has an older and seemingly manky bolt anchor drilled into the top.

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Morgan Patterson   CT  
Probably a good V1-2, right to left traverse project on this... Sep 18, 2016

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