Climbing Wiessner's Rib (5.6+) at Sleeping Giant State Park (CT) with Ascent Climbing.

Climbing Wiessner's Rib (5.6+) at Sleeping Giant State Park (CT) with Ascent Climbing.

Guided Rock Climbing

You choose the location - we provide the gear and the guide(s) to make it happen.

We're fortunate here in the Northeast to have so much amazing rock terrain to chose from. We love climbing the short but steep traprock cliffs of central Connecticut and the gneiss ("nice") crags of the CT shoreline. Climbers looking for a taller adventure are invited to join us on the granite multi-pitch climbs of the Adirondacks (NY) or White Mountains (NH).

The destination, dates and technical skills covered are all up to you!

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Where We Climb

We're happy to recommend the best crag to meet your objectives. Click the links below for more crag info (not a complete list).

Northeast Climbing

We love to travel! Climbers looking for adventures of the taller variety will enjoy the granite multi-pitch routes of the Andirondacks (NY) and White Mountains (NH). Groups near Providence and Boston will dig the accessible climbing in Quincy while competitive and sport climbers will enjoy climbing at Rumney (NH).

Rumney Rocks (Rumney, NH)
Cathedral Ledge (NH)
Whitehorse Ledge (NH)
Adirondacks (NY)
Quincy Quarries (Quincy, MA)

Connecticut Crags

CT has a proud climbing history dating back to the 1920' when climbers like Fritz Wiessner and Hans Kraus establishing some of the states classics.

Ragged Mountain (Southington)
Pinnacle Rock (Plainville)
Chatfield Hollow State Park (Killingworth)
Sleeping Giant State Park (Hamden)
St. Johns Ledges (Kent)
Whitestone Cliff (Watertown)

Kind words from our guests

"We had a blast climbing with you and are eager to go again. Even me! I was very surprised that I was actually able to get up a rock!" - Kirsten C
"Nate, thanks for an awesome weekend! It was exactly what we needed to feel confident" - Elizabeth S

Highlights from recent trips