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If you imagine Lincoln woods as having a "top", these boulders occupy that location and have some fine problems.
Either follow the loop road counterclockwise past the warm up area (or walk along the cliff) to a trail leading up the hill on your left. At the next major fork, follow the trail on your right and you'll come across a tall boulder, the first of three.
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Hug-a-Jug V5 6C Rhode Island : Lincoln Woods : ... : Summit Boulders
Two moves. Sound simple? Well if v5 is easy for you then it probably will be, otherwise you might be like me and have this be your version of Try Again. I tried this problem over and over, then left for 2 years, came back and did it on my first try.Start sitting on decent holds under a small overhang with so-so feet. Make your first long move up to a jug up and right and then match. Top out from there. v1 from the stand....[more] Browse More Classics in Rhode Island
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