(15 ft) At the right end of K Wall, the cliff makes a 90 degree turn at the prominent dihedral. Just right of the dihedral is a 12 foot tall 120 degree overhang. Right of that, a third class trail ascends to the top. The wall is also known as the Saucer Full of Secrets.

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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The left V-notch.

The right V-notch.

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