The Excentric Mountaineers Wall (EMC Wall) is a granite slab about 150 feet wide and 90 feet tall. It doesn't get a lot of traffic so it is quite dirty and a bit overgrown. Saint Stephen
is the easiest route to spot in the middle of the slab.
Note the GPS coordinates. Could not find any trails. You can:
a) bushwhack uphill about 325 yards from a point on the road 400 yards before the A.T. trail junction.
b) bushwhack about 300 yards climbers left from the Appalachian Trail where it turns right and steeply uphill past the Upper Ledges.
c) bushwhack from the A.T. above the crag.
Weather station 7.5 miles from here
10 Total Routes
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By micah richard
From: Litchfield, Connecticut
Nov 7, 2013
when you say south for ten minutes, do you mean up to the summit area? I have heard there is a small crag up there. I know if you go generally south and up a bit from the bottom of the upper slab area, bushwacking, you will come to another crag in the woods, that is several hundred yards away from the trail. This is what i presume the emc wall is . Is that correct?