The Pinnacle Wall is a small, 20-25 foot tall crag that faces southwest. It has a decent tree above for a toprope anchor. It lies in the north group of crags and is the southernmost of these crags. Long slings are useful here.
A. Overeasy, 4 B. Powerfool, 5 C. Fool, 5 C2. No Fare, 4 D. Nonstop, 4 E. Inbound, 5 F. Outbound, 5
The pinnacle and Eliminator Roof have a small set problems that are probably no more than 15 feet tall. This is a tiny area with a neat roof problem. While these are short rocks, a toprope is advisable until you have these wired, especially the Eliminator Roof.
Pinnacle West Face, A. West Face, 10 B. Southwest Air, 8 or V1, 20'. C. South Face, 10
From Hammond Pond Parkway, head north to just short of Beacon St. On the west side of the parkway, there is a small parking area. Paaark. Walk west on the trail. Take the right fork. It is the first crag here.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Pinnacle Area:
Up the right side of the Pinnacle face. To the right of the old bolt studs. Technical moves on a near vertical face. Given 5.8 in the Boston Rocks book. Bouldering this line feels like a technical V1....[more]Browse More Classics in MA