Connecticut, Rock Climbing, Bouldering, Map
Connecticut Rock Climbing & Bouldering Locations and Routes
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Seven Falls
     Click on the rock climbing labels on the map for a detailed map of the climbing area.
     The rock climbing areas range from bouldering rocks that are under 12 feet tall to cliffs that are over 100 feet high. There are different difficulty ratings for each location. Some areas require a greater amount of technical skill and more advanced equipment. Some of these locations are under legal debate or currently off-limits regarding access; please check with the appropriate authorities before climbing. Climbing is always at your own risk, be extremely cautious. For more information regarding these and other climbs, please contact the Connecticut Climbers located in New Haven, the Ragged Mountain Foundation, purchase the Falcon Guide Rock Climbing CT by David Fasulo, or see more: .
Rock Climbing Connecticut
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Connecticut Rock Climbing: Rock Climbing Orenaug Rock, Rock Climbing Chatfield Hollow, Rock Climbing West Rock Ridge, Rock Climbing Sleeping Giant, Rock Climbing East Peak, Rock Climbing Cathole, Rock Climbing Whitestone, Rock Climbing Bradley Mountain, Rock Climbing Ragged Mountain, Rock Climbing Deer Cliff, Rock Climbing Beech Rock, Rock Climbing Diamond Ledge, Rock Climbing Pine Ledge, Rock Climbing Bear Rock, Rock Climbing Judge's Cave, Rock Climbing Saint John's Ledges, Rock Climbing Joshua's Conservation, Rock Climbing old furnace State Park, Rock Climbing Pinnacle Rock, Rock Climbing Lamentation Mountain, Rock Climbing Rattlesnake Mountain, Rock Climbing Wyassup, Rock Climbing Seven Falls, Rock Climbing Glacial Park.
Many of the rock climbing locations can be reached by a network of hiking trails. Rock climbers will often backpack their rock climbing gear into the wilderness with them. Some of the more rugged climbers will set up camps or make a base-camp at a campground. Even though rock climbing is a sport unto it's self, it derived from mountain climbers that were training for major mountaineering excursion.
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