Temple Overhangs Rock Climbing
Chris sending Reefer Madness. Sept. 26th, 2010. ...
This is another small crag east of Pusherman Wall. It too is quite close to the temple. It lies quite close to the street as well. This crag is quite tiny, perhaps only 12 feet tall. It can make for decent bouldering. Beware of the landings. There was a nasty landing below Reefer Madness
A. Far Left, 8.
B. Sugarsmacks, 9-.
C. Pushover, 9.
D. Natural High, 8.
E1, Pot Holder
, V2, 12'.
E2. The Dealer
, 11 or V4+.
F. Reefer Madness
, 10 or V2-3.
G. Pot Holder, 10.
H. Marigold, 8. Temple Traverse
, 10 or V2.
Again, do not park at the temple. You can walk through the temple parking lot. Head east from the dirt trail.
Climbing Season For the Hammond Pond area.
Weather station 3.3 miles from here
5 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
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Pot Holder V2 5+ MA
: Hammond Pond
: ... : Temple Overhangs
Start as for Reefer Madness, but instead of climbing straight up, climb right around the bulge just left of the prominent ledge. Using the big ledge out right as a foot eases the difficulty a bit. This feels slightly easier than Reefer Madness.The holds tend to be more positive than on Reefer Madness but may be loose. Tread carefully....[more] Browse More Classics in MA
Reefer Madness, a four-star V1 at the Temple Overh...
V0 on the left side of the Temple Overhang boulder...