On the northeastern side of the basin, just past the saddle, you will see the main cliffs and boulders. The East side refers to the boulders and cliffs to the East (lookers right) of the warmup boulder. The area extends uphill and to the North East past the peak and runs out to the powerlines.
Continue past the saddle area and you will see a hillside filled with boulders and cliffs.
Weather station 4.2 miles from here
72 Total Routes
['4 Stars',8],['3 Stars',26],['2 Stars',29],['1 Star',8],['Bomb',0]
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Slurp & Giggle V3 6A CT
: CT Bouldering
: ... : El Duque Wall
This climb is the type of boulder problem you dream of finding. Starting on the ledge reach to the good hold just up and left. Next move up to the slopey bar and a decent hold in the crack with a side pull. Cross up to the wonderful pinch on the pink intrusion then up to a great fingerlock. Fire out left to the large slopey pinch and work your feet up high to move your right up to the crimper on the next intrusion and then bump to another crimper and then to the top lip up right. Our right is a ...[more] Browse More Classics in CT
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