Perhaps Rumney’s best all-around cliff, the Main Cliff offers height, aesthetics and a wide range of grades that are sure to please. When driving to Rumney, this is the hunk of rock you see hovering above the treeline, offering a first glimpse of what’s to come. The rock is a chalky grey and brown with an angular orange band. As the tallest wall around, you’ll find several airy two-pitch routes and loads of classics in the 5.10-5.13 range. No matter what route you climb, you’ll be able to savor the great views of the Baker River Valley once you reach the anchors.