L to R
R to L
Acid Reign T,TR
Block of Ages T
Chimney-Top Corner T,TR
Claw Marks T
Elegant Monkey T,TR
Fool's Mate T,TR
Friday the Thirteenth T,S
Golden Book T,TR
Imperial Wizard TR
Millions of Dead Dogs TR
Mind Bender Direct T,TR
Pink Elephants T
Realm of the Senses T,TR
Saturday Night Special T,TR
Triple Direct T
White Fandango T
This was the first route I did in CT and I returned to it several times. The dihedral is steep and pumpy and the pro is decent but strenuous to place. Stout for its grade. Stem and jam up the steep dihedral which gets easier above as the angle eases.
White Fandango is one of the left-most routes on the crag. It is the obvious steep dihedral just left of the nasty looking Phantasmagoria roof.
Standard rack of small wires through med cams.
Charlie lying back the start.
Top of White Fandango BETA PHOTO:
By Jim O'Brien From: Branford, CT Apr 28, 2008
The block at the top of the crux dihedrial is very loose- DON'T GRAB IT!
By Joel A Jul 31, 2011 rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
The block at the top of the crux is fine now. Not sure how it was before, but I weighted it with my 190 lbs. 3 times and it didn't budge.
By steverett From: West Hartford, CT Oct 24, 2012 rating: 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a
Block on top of the dihedral is still loose but hasn't moved in 4 years, apparently.
By thebmags Jun 6, 2013
Agreed with last 2 people, the block has been solid for the last couple of times I climbed it, weigh around 180lbs
By Morgan Patterson Administrator Jun 7, 2013
Why not trundle it when the crag is empty sometime?
By MJMobes From: The land of steady habits Jun 10, 2013
I pulled on it a few years back, its in there pretty good. I did put a giant skull&crossbones on it with chalk just to scare people away from gangbanging it on TR
By CTdave From: Wallingford, CT Aug 22, 2013
the block is solid at the top of the dihedral. I hung on it with both arms after testing it with a couple pushes and pulls.
By christopher adams Jun 13, 2014 rating: 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a R
Gear past the crux dihedral is very spicy because of the flare in the crack.