Elevation: 175 ft
GPS: 42.496, -70.982 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: PatMontague on Jul 29, 2017
Admins: Dave Twardowski, Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle
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Description

This is a wall a few hundred feet east of the Roadside Cliff. The rock is all super hard and nothing like the granite that surrounds it. From far away (and in the pictures) the rock doesn't look great, but it's really accessible and worth a go. On the left side of the wall you will see "Mt. Spickett" written.

There is probably room to put in a couple harder lines on the faces, but what is included here are only the more obvious problems. (I named it this because it's literally written on the wall, but I definitely wasn't the first to climb it. So if there's already a name, let me know.)

Getting There

From the parking area: walk along the Ox Trail for 5 minutes, and it should be visible from the trail.

From Roadside Cliff: walk about 50 yards east (climber's left), and go to the lower wall.

It is just below S30 on the Caltopo map.

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Dave Twardowski
Los Angeles, CA
Dave Twardowski   Los Angeles, CA  
Location: S30 on Caltopo map. Jul 30, 2017
Vignesh Radhakrishnan   Natick, MA
Tried the traverse from left to right and topout on the V3. Pretty sweet. Aug 27, 2017