Tag Archives: climbCT

Favorite Things

This last week, I guided YMC route twice, and climbed it three times over 4 days.  It’s so good. Central Connecticut’s Ragged Mountain’s YMC Route is rated 5.9.  It is about 90 feet tall. Here are three photos of Laurie … Continue reading

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Gym to Cliff Series

Months ago Brenna reached out to me about doing a Gym to Cliff day with the idea that she and Jared would continue on to a Top Rope Anchors class. They had been climbing and leading at Central Rock Gym. … Continue reading

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Rocktober in the Gunks

Ragged Mountain Guides is lucky enough to hold one of the 4 coveted permits at the Gunks.  So when we get requests for the gunks, we’re there!  It’s a world class destination, with lots of fabulous climbs of all difficulties. … Continue reading

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Rocktober

October continues to deliver.  I’ve had a number of great days out with the Coast Guard, building anchors, rappelling, and doing some climbing.  I’ve also had some great days out at the Gunks and here in Connecticut on the Traprock. … Continue reading

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Lead Climbing Skills Seminar

Robert and I had been planning a 2 day leader skills seminar for a few months.  Given his extensive experience, advanced knowledge of climbing technical skills, and fitness/ability, we came up with a structured and progressional program to get him … Continue reading

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