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Withywindle Wall

5.10a, Trad, TR, 40 ft (12 m),  Avg: 2.5 from 6 votes
FA: unknown
Connecticut > Western Highlands > Diamond Ledge


Steep face on the left side of the wall.

Climb up using a few jugs and crystals and top out above Wishbone.


See area description.


Huge balls. There is a chopped bolt enroute.

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Me on Withywindle wall.
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M Mobley
Bar Harbor, ME
  5.11a/b X
[Hide Comment] My guess on the missing bolt(10ft off ground) is that it was used as a directional to keep the hooks in a downward position. probably placed and removed by the bolt chopper himself.

Great face climb, can be started from the right side, the left side or strait up past the bolt(probably 11+) Nov 10, 2014
mday Day
Las Vegas, NV
[Hide Comment] I thought the bolt was a real piece, to protect for that reach move. You can get gear in behind the expanding flake but how much do you trust the flake ? Jul 23, 2020