(25 ft) As you enter the Pinnacle Area on the trail, the Eliminator Roof is the first crag on the right. While the climb looks quite tall from the trail, the lower half of the cliff is low angle and bushy. Twenty feet of scrambling leads to five strenuous feet of horizontal climbing out the crack in the roof. Very photogenic.

Access issues inherited from Boston

Many of the popular climbing areas in the Boston area lie in protected state parks and urban wildlife areas. Some are even conserved by special interest groups dedicated to preserving the history of climbing in the area. In and around the city, there are many walls and boulders that lie on semi-private and questionable land. Use your best judgement and follow your guides.


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