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Usually hidden in the trees when the leaves are out, you may be able to catch a glimpse of this area from the loop road by looking NE from the vicinity of the Ball Buster boulder when they are down. This is one of the more extensive chunks of rock at Lincoln Woods, where people used to sometimes set up TRs in the past for the higher problems. With pads they are now getting done more as highballs. At approximately 20-25 feet at spots and occasional bad landings, a TR might still be a good idea for some lines.
If driving around the pond on the loop road, after you have passed the dam and the T intersection (go left), after the road winds up the hill, but before you get to the Warm Up Area parking, take the paved road up the hill on your right to picnic area #s 25 and 26. If walking from the Warm Up area, follow the loop road back against traffic (east), past the Tomato boulders and in a few minutes the picnic road will be on your left. This spur road will take you up to two flat areas. In back of the first is Best Kept Secret Area, which is a great warm up spot. From this little crag head back into the woods (north) then turn right, slightly down hill (east). The lost Crag is only a couple minutes from the Best Kept Secret
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Jay's Crack V0 4 Boulder, 20'
The Left Arete V0+ 4+ Boulder
The Blacksmith V2 5+ Boulder, 20'
The Nose V3+ 6a+ Boulder, 20'
Earth Mover V6 7a Boulder, 10'
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Earth Mover V6 7A Rhode Island : Lincoln Woods : Lost Crag
From Andrew Wilder's defunct site web.archive.org/web/20090125104703/www.lincolnwoodsboulderin>>> sitting at base of gently overhanging wall with left hand on good jug and right hand pinching mini arete. Pull on, make a move righty to a good hold then reach up lefty to a small sharp crimp. Move right hand to another small sharp crimp, then climb to top. SHARP!!" ...[more] Browse More Classics in Rhode Island