(35 ft) The Lower Wall, which is also known as the Main Wall, is popular and often crowded with beginners. It is the biggest outcrop at Hammond Pond, sporting easy to moderate climbing up dimpled, low angle slabs and easy cracks. These cracks may offer the finest introduction to crack climbing in the Boston area; leading and clean aid (no pitons please) are both possible. If the cliff is not draped with topropes, the bouldering traverse is pleasant and has benign landings. Very long slings or gear are needed for toprope anchors. The cliff is shady year-round, as a hemlock prevents the cliff from getting winter sun.