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Good number of problems with some easy, some moderates, and some hard climbs.
This is the leftmost cliff in the warmup area with a well worn landing area below the climbs (very muddy at times). Basically from the main parking lot and one-way gate, walk along rode, right at fork, it's on your left after you pass the small pond on your left and a little bit left/down the hill of Mack's traverse.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Warm Up Cave:
Cave Warm Up V0 4 Boulder, 12'
New Direction V2-3 5+ Boulder, 10'
Cave Roof V3 6A Boulder, 10'
Cave Overhang V4 6B Boulder, 12'
Neil's Lunge V4 6B Boulder, 12'
Ab Master V5+ 6C+ Boulder, 10'
New Dimension V7 7A+ Boulder, 14'
Rump to Jump V7 7A+ Boulder, 15'
Jacked Bagel V7 7A+ Boulder, 12'
Clutch Dimension V8 7B Boulder, 17'
Clutch V8 7B Boulder, 13'
Gassed Off V8 7B Boulder, 25'
Full Throttle V8 7B Boulder, 20'
Shoot to Maim V9 7C Boulder, 15'
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New Direction V2-3 5+ Rhode Island : Lincoln Woods : ... : Warm Up Cave
Start matched on a crimp that I guess looks like an axe head (doesn't to me) about 6 feet up. Pull off the ground and use a high left foot to make a hard move up to two crimps in a slot. A small but helpful intermediate softens the precision needed for this move. Finish with one more move to the lip and then top out.I've always seen this listed as v2, but it is hard as heck for a 2 imo. The bigger your fingers, the harder the move since the slot is rather tiny despite all the chalk there....[more] Browse More Classics in Rhode Island
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