Left Arete [Suggest Change]
Avg: 1.5 from 2 votes
|Type:||Boulder, 12 ft|
|Page Views:||102 total · 1/month|
|Shared By:||Matt Swartz on Oct 17, 2009|
Access Issue: Land Trust property Details
Redding Land Trust owns Great Ledge has a parking lot and trail to the Ledge located on Dayton Rd. Please do not park and bushwack from Newtown Turnpike (Rt. 53) as there is no established trail to this cliff and traveling on Centennial Watershed State Forest property requires you to stay on established trails and carry the following permit: ct.gov/dep/lib/dep/statepar…. RLT does not specifically have a policy on rock climbing at the ledge but should any issues arise they might very well close the property to climbing. If you intend on climbing at Great Ledge please consider a paying the $10 membership fee which can also be considered a tax donation.
Description [Suggest Change]
This route tackles the arete on the climbers left side of the Angled Boulder. Use the arete for hands and use the arete and overhung face for feet. The crux might have been the moves right off the ground?
Location [Suggest Change]
Start at the bottom of the boulder on the left side and follow the arete.
Protection [Suggest Change]
None, this is a boulder problem.