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E Wall (aka F & part of G Faces)

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E Wall (aka F & part of G Faces) Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 100'
Location: 42.24449, -71.03642 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Leo Paik on Jan 14, 2007


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E Wall is also known as Savage Face. F face is also known as the Picnic Wall. It has short problems on its upper half of its face. This is a face just to the right of D & E Faces. This section has some of the longest lines here, up to 90 feet (although it is only 5.2). There is some loose rock here. There is a large ring anchor on top of the right side of the G Face. You can descend to the left of this face.


A1. Savage Place, 4, 1p, 15', TR.
A2. Savage Direct, 9 (eliminate), 1p, TR.
B. Walk On The Wild Side, 10
C. Sigma, 8, 1p, 20', TR.
D. Double Traverse, 4 (from the bottom)
E. Barbara, 8, 1p, 50', TR.
F. Double Traverse Straight Up, 6 (from the bottom)
G. Luna, 7+, 1p, TR.
H. Apollo, 7+

Getting There 

This area is just right/clockwise of E Face on the LIttle Railroad Quarry. This sits sort of 2:00 on the clock face.

Climbing Season

For the Quincy Quarries area.

Weather station 4.7 miles from here

8 Total Climbing Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',3],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]

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Rock Climbing Photo: Double Traverse Straight Up - back in 1988

Double Traverse Straight Up 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b  Massachusetts : Quincy Quarries : E Wall (aka F & part of G F...
Approximately five feet right of the left-facing flake on Double Traverse, look for a vertical crack. Pick your line through the low angle, blocky terrain and climb to a stance below a vertical crack. Pull up onto the face, and follow the crack to the top. This is short and a little better line than Double Traverse....[more]   Browse More Classics in Massachusetts

Photos of E Wall (aka F & part of G Faces) Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: E Wall overview.
BETA PHOTO: E Wall overview.
Rock Climbing Photo: E, F, and G Walls from the base of C Wall.
E, F, and G Walls from the base of C Wall.
Rock Climbing Photo: Katherine belaying under E Wall.
Katherine belaying under E Wall.

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By Foxman
Jul 20, 2016
Watch out for a hornet nest located under a prominent flake near the bottom of the blocky section directly under Double Traverse Straight Up. It's visible from below and easy to avoid by climbing to either side of it.