From climbri.com The main cliff at Pettaquamscutt Rock is approximately 50 feet in height and 40 feet in width. The rock surface is pock marked with mica and quartz nubbins that are very sharp. There are no distinct routes on the cliff. You can pretty much climb anywhere. Because of the rough nature of the rock routes are fairly easy but painful on the fingers. Farther to the left (south) you climb the more you can increase the difficulty. There are also some smaller rocks in back of the the main cliff that provide interesting bouldering. climbri.com/Pguide.htm
By M Sprague Administrator From: New England Jan 17, 2011
Pretty nasty sharp, but if you are desperate... It's like climbing on a giant cheese grater. Personally, I think it is better left for fat fireman to rappel down, but a number of locals like the Smith brothers cut their teeth on it in the 70s and early 80s before moving on to better and bigger things.