Fairfield Hill Rock Climbing
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After a significant break in the cliffs of the main Sinks limestone wall, Fairfield hill is a smaller, generally less steep section of cliffs. Fairfield is divided into eastern, central and western portions. The grades range from 5.5 to 5.12 with the majority of lines between 5.9 and 5.11. The quality and the length of the lines is generally lower than the main wall, but fun lines still abound.
Fairfield Hill is separated from the main limestone walls at sinks by 100 yards and can be approached by two routes 1) via the main parking area by walking to the left along the base of the main wall past the Wilds and continue to Fairfield Hill 2) via a dirt road 1/4 mile past the main parking area on the left. Drive a short distance up this road to pull out parking, continue walking 1/4 mile of the road, further than you would guess, and a cairned trail heads back to the right angling towards the crag.
Classic Climbing Routes at Fairfield Hill
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
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