This is the northernmost crags within the MDC property. It is probably only 25 feet tall and it faces west. It nearly abuts the private property and has a chain link fence on its left side.
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 third crag here.
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Devil Dog 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b MA : Hammond Pond : Snacktime Crag
The crux is above the pentagonal-shaped rock where you start. Getting up on top of that is awkward, because the rock above it bulges out a little, pushing you off balance. I got over this bulgy area by mantling. It was not easy! I'm short (5 foot) - taller people may find it easier.Once you're over the bulge, you'll be standing on a nice, wide ledge facing a sheared rock face with small crimps on it. I've been told there are decent holds higher up there, but I just pulled myself up high enough t...[more] Browse More Classics in MA