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Q Wall

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Sloping Staircase S,TR 
Steep Book TR 
Thank You, Scott T,TR 

Q Wall 


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Elevation: 100'
Location: 42.244, -71.0346 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Leo Paik on Jan 14, 2007
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Q Face (with O (left) and P (right)) in the backgr...

Description 

This is a small face once above water across from M Face. It is also known as the Fortress. It is one of the steeper walls here. It has at least one aid route and apparently more....

Apparently, from Boston Rocks II it goes L->R:

A. Blocky Routes, 9
B. Sloping Staircase, 10, 1p, 35', bolts.
C. Steep Book, 9, 1p, 60', TR.
D. Steep Arete, 11, 1p.
E. Thank You, Scott, 12- R, (formerly Fire Escape, A2), 1p, 75', gear.

?. Freezing Frenchman Strikes While The Iron Is Hot, 2p, A3?


Getting There 

This lies above the former Granite Rail Quarry. It was hard to see, now with the fill-in, you can casually stroll right up to it.


4 Total Routes


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The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Q Wall:
Thank You, Scott   5.12c/d 7c 28 IX E6 6b R     Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 45'   
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Thank you, Scott. <br />On top rope.

Thank You, Scott 5.12c/d 7c 28 IX E6 6b MA : Quincy Quarries : Q Wall
The route is located at the highest part of the wall and has three short sections divided by two big ledges. The first section follows the prominent overhanging crack at the highest part of the wall. The second part continues straight up to the second and last ledge. The final section is the shortest and mainly consists of a long move (read: dyno) up to a small shelf. This move is hard to protect, and the Boston Rocks book indicates that the FFA was done by toproping this section. The last secti...[more]   Browse More Classics in MA

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