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Though I would stop short of saying this cliff has access issues, it should be noted that this area has parking for one car maximum. You will be parking in a slight recess in the underbrush at the beginning of a neighborhood, and discretion and good conduct are advised.
Go to Exit 14 off Route 128 (Route 133). If coming northbound, take a left off exit ramp to head NW on Route 133 (Essex Ave). In less than a mile, take a right on Sumner St. which will T into Concord St. Go left on Concord, go over a small bridge and into the beginnings of a neighborhood. At this point, keep your eyes out for a small, single car pulloff into the sticks on the left side of the road. You will NOT be able to see the cliff from where you park. Park as discretely as you can and head across a yellow-grassed meadow.
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One Little Indian 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b Trad, 1 pitch, 35'
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One Little Indian 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b MA : Cape Ann : Arrowhead Cliff
This crack begins with awkward layback moves under a significant bulge. Reach around the bulge for a solid wide handjam and place a piece. Pull into the crack proper and continue on mainly hands for the first 10-15'. The crack narrows for the remainder of the route, fingers and thin hands, occasional face features for feet. The climbing gets very scrappy and demanding toward the top, jams are thin and flaring, occasional crimps on granite crystals may be better than jams, but feet may be crumbly...[more] Browse More Classics in MA