The question If you fell into a crater on the moon in your spacesuit and no jetpack, is there a way to use low gravity to get out of the hole? mentions Aristarchus crater as an example.
It's a pretty large crater and the sides will have complex topography. The image below is a Hubble Space Telescope image combined with topographical data from LRO from Hubble Space Telescope Looks at the Moon to Prospect for Resources (Aristarchus Crater - gray); "Simulated topography derived from Clementine data is used for relief"
Is it possible to find a topographical map for this crater, or some way to estimate the average sidewall slope?