You can walk to the Alley from De Bos. This takes about 20 minutes. Either walk down the river or follow a higher (good) path along the mountainside. Either way, the last part of the walk-in involves a steep hike up the hillside on a bad path to get to the Alley.
This is a great crag for summer as it is mostly in the shade.
On the slab on the facing the Main Wall:
- Lolita 18 [6B] Ken Schumann
- Slag 18 [6B] Ken Schumann
- Open Project
- Butter Glut 26 [6B] Craig Bruton
- Gangsta Rap 25 [5B] Craig Bruton
- True Romance 24 [6B] Deon Hugo
- Romancing the Stone 23 [6B] Deon Hugo
- Hired Hands 23 [6B] Steve Downing
- Baseball Bat Treatment 28 [6B] Guy Holwill
- Zero Tolerance 25 [4B] Craig Bruton
Further up the gully:
- Fat Albert–ing 25 [4B] Guy Holwill
- Forced Entrée 27 [5B] Ken Schumann
- A Slight Mugging 24 [7B] Guy Holwill
- Blunt Instrument 25 [4B] Guy Holwill
- Unnecessary Crêpe 27 [5B] Jeremy Samson
- Elephant Hitman 24 [5B] Doug Ward
- Gangster's Paradise 24 [5B] Guy Holwill
Too much butter, one pancake too many, first ascentionists feeling heavy, so grades maybe soft. (This reflected in route names.) Crag named for Alley McMammut, a fictional obese Boston lawyer not unlike the first ascentionists who stuffed their faces before climbing.