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Overlook Boulders

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Overlook Boulders Rock Climbing 

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Submitted By: Ryan B on Jul 27, 2011
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This concentration of boulders are located on a hillside on the north side of Lynn Woods. They are typically easy to find and just down the trail from the Weetamoo area boulders. There are 5 total boulders in this area with 3 of them located directly off the red blazed trail.

Getting There 

From the Ballpark lot, head right to the north side of the pond. Follow the wide trail for about 10 minutes till you can finally cut left on a red blazed trail. Follow this path for another 10-15 minutes to find the boulders. You will cross two wooden foot bridges and several intersections along the way. Simply stay on the red trail and you will be fine.

Climbing Season

For the Lynn Woods area.

Weather station 3.1 miles from here

2 Total Climbing Routes

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

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Rock Climbing Photo: Getting the foot up to the start holds.

Touch Ya Toes V2- 5+  MA : Lynn Woods : ... : Mountain Goat Boulder
On the right side of Mountain Goat Boulder, stand start on the obvious, black jug about 3 and half feet up. Move your right foot to the low flake, then make the move up to the gaston directly above the start hold. Almost hand foot match by bringing up the left to sloper next to the starting jug. Stand up and get over the top....[more]   Browse More Classics in MA

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By Dan Pfistner
Apr 13, 2014
Any info on the super proud, gently overhanging fist crack that's visible from the trail, I think right before the Overlook crag proper?

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