This rock is listed as being up to 80 feet tall in Boston Rocks
. Hmmm. It faces east. There are no fixed anchors on top. Ice forms near and in this gully during cold stretches.
L->R: A Face
various bouldering problems to V5.
ice, M2. B Face
, 7, 1p, 40', gear or TR.
A2. Easy Off, 4.
B. unknown, 9. C Face
C. Easy Corner, 3.
D. Quick Step
, 8, 1p, 35', gear or TR.
E. Hair Line, 6. D Face
F. Twist and Crawl Wall, 7. E Face
G. unknown, 8.
H. Long Lead, 6.
I. Arete, 5.
J. unknown, 10+. F Face
From the parking area, go north on a jeep trail. Go right at the 1st fork. Go right at the 2nd fork. Go right at the 3rd fork. Look to the right/east. It will be the northern/further of the 2 crags here.
Per Tim McGivern
: you can also just park at the end of Goodyear Ave in Melrose and walk in. You'll see it after about 1 minute of hiking the white blazed cascade trail.
Weather station 7.0 miles from here
2 Total Routes
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Featured Route For Rock 6 aka Crag 6
By Tim McGivern
Apr 9, 2013
You can also just park at the end of Goodyear Ave in Melrose and walk in. You'll see it after about 1 minute of hiking the white blazed cascade trail.