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Quarry Spring Rock Climbing 

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BETA PHOTO: The bolts at North Cliff


These are two short cliffs and surrounding boulders at Quarry Spring off of Quarry Road. They are both overhung. The North Cliff is dry during rain and is tall and overhung enough to keep a few climbers dry. It is bug city in the summer. Fall and Winter are best.

Getting There 

From the intersection of Quarry Road and the road to Wrights Tower, follow Quarry Road for a few hundred feet until you see a small quarry pond on your right. This is Quarry Spring, and it usually has a sign. The South Cliff is smaller and can be found behind the small quarry pond. The North Cliff is behind the next quarry pond down the road on the right.

Climbing Season

For the Middlesex Fells area.

Weather station 1.6 miles from here

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Rock Climbing Photo: North Cliff face.

Unnamed V3 6A  Massachusetts : Middlesex Fells : ... : Quarry Spring
At the North Cliff, sit start and climb the overhung pair of cracks/jugs on the left side of the cliff. The cracks trend to the right. Finish climbing through the notch. This climb is to left of the bolted line....[more]   Browse More Classics in Massachusetts

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