Mt. Spicket/Goliath Rock area Rock Climbing
This area has a good concentration of problems with a short approach. This area is popular with first time visitors to the Lynn Woods.
This is located on the right side (North side) of Walden pond from the main parking lot. Leave the lot and head across a small field onto a wide path (Ox Pasture Trail). Hike down this path for about 10 minutes. You will quickly begin to see a small set of cliffs on your right. When you reach a large boulder with a lot of broken glass on the right side of Ox Pasture Trail, you have found the area. Trails that lead off to the right just before and after the large boulder will take you to the boulders in this area.
Climbing Season For the Lynn Woods area.
Weather station 2.6 miles from here
17 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',4],['3 Stars',5],['2 Stars',5],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Mt. Spicket/Goliath Rock area
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Mt. Spicket/Goliath Rock area:
Featured Route For Mt. Spicket/Goliath Rock area
Crackatoa V4 6B Massachusetts
: Lynn Woods
: ... : Crouching Tiger Boulder
Start far right on the ledge that sits under the roof. Make your way left on sharp edges and finger cracks. Follow the crack as it ascends across the boulder. The feet are sparse! The crux comes about halfway through the problem, as you cling to sharp edges and try to find feet to complete the traverse. Keep climbing left until a finger crack reveals itself just above you, making a topout possible.The descent is easy, a small hop off the back of the boulder....[more] Browse More Classics in Massachusetts
By Dan Pfistner
From: BEVERLY, MA
Mar 26, 2014
What's the deal with the huge block right next to the anvil boulder? It absolutely looks like some worthy climbing there.
By Ryan B
Mar 27, 2014
The lines are there, go for them. They have all been climbed in the past with the most obvious line up the flat crimp face being the best. Bring a few pads and maybe a spotter for the rocks behind you.
By Jesse Laniak
From: Somerville MA
Mar 31, 2014
While exploring the cliffs in this area last weekend, we found two bolted sport routes. It also looked like there might be the potential for top roping. Does anyone know anything about this?