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Little Agassiz

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Little Agassiz  

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Submitted By: Bjorn on Dec 27, 2008
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At the high, clear, windswept hilltop you will see Little Agassiz rock first and foremost. It is a large, proud, sheer-sided boulder directly on your left as you crest the hill.
There are other boulders in the area. Some of them provide decent bouldering. Look around.

Getting There 

The approach to Little Agassiz is give or take a mile.

14 Total Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',9],['2 Stars',5],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Little Agassiz :
The Right Arete   V0+ 4+     Boulder, 12'   
Another Unnamed Face Problem   V2+ 5+     Boulder, 12'   
Unnamed Face Problem   V3-4 6A+     Boulder, 12'   
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Featured Route For Little Agassiz
You can get a better idea of the angle of it with this picture. Beautiful rock, isn't it?

Unnamed Face Problem V3-4 6A+  MA : Cape Ann : ... : Little Agassiz
I first found this problem on one of the hottest days of the summer. I had rock shoes with me but no pad. I analyzed the face and its features, judging it hard but climbable. I palpated the starting holds and concluded that today was too hot and humid to consider attempting it padless. I decided to come back when it was cooler. I finally returned on Christmas Day and sent this excellent thin face climbing problem after a dozen tries or so.The problem consists of steep thin face climbing and a co...[more]   Browse More Classics in MA

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By Chris McNeil
From: Essex, MA
Nov 5, 2012

There are many other problems in the Little Agassiz area which are yet to be listed. Easily upwards of a dozen to maybe a dozen and a half of problems in the beautiful little area.