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This is the East-facing crag located just South of the Resevoir (which is South-East of the town of Redding) by Newtown Turnpike. This is a wooded crag with routes in the 30-60ft length right near the road. The rock is good quality but does not see very much traffic and can be slightly dirty in some areas.
From route 15/Merritt Parkway take the Westport/Weston exit and go North on Weston Road. This becomes Newtown Turnpike - follow this towards Redding. The crag will be on your left - look for it and park at one of the parking areas just before the reservoir.
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The obvious small dihedral in the middle of the Big Wall. This route starts at the bottom of the dihedral. Stem up using good feet and hands for about 20 feet until the dihedral turns into a hands crack. Use the crack and face to get out of the dihedral and do some face moves to the top....[more] Browse More Classics in CT
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