(43 ft) This short slabby wall has a steep upper section with some fine, short friction climbs.

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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Climb up to and past the green paint. Variations range up to 5.9.

Climb the slab and go left of a small inside corner.

Climb the slab, then stay immediately right of the small inside corner.

Climb the shallow grey scoop. The Circumflex finish is off-route.

Climb the big inside corner.

Start up Circumflex, then make easier moves out right and rejoin Circumflex.

Climb the zigzag crack on the right hand wall, then move right around the corner and finish up. The direct finish, without going around the corner, is 5.9.

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