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Best Kept Secret

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Best Kept Secret 


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Elevation: 11'
Location: 41.8978, -71.431 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: M Sprague, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: Conor Phalen on Jul 9, 2012
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Description 

It is right near sites 25 and 26 on the map. The spot itself is pretty shady.


Getting There 

You can see it from the road.


4 Total Routes


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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Best Kept Secret:
Special Op   V2 5+     Boulder, 7'   
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Numbers: <br />1. Left hand start hold <br />2. Right hand start hold <br />3. Get both feet on and bump your left hand to here

Special Op V2 5+  Rhode Island : Lincoln Woods : Best Kept Secret
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Right side of Best Kept Secret. 1. Keep No Secrets, 2. Special Op, 3. Tell No Lies
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By M Sprague
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From: New England
Jul 15, 2012

This area is a good spot for warming up or enjoying some quality easy to moderate bouldering. It was developed early on in the 1970s by Paul Baird and John MacLean (aka Whitey) who did probably every conceivable line, Paul everything under V1 and John filling in the rest. Looking over Paul's notes, everything is named rather prosaically, so we may as well come up with more fun ones than "Easy Crack".

By JamieRe
From: Providence, RI
Sep 19, 2012

Great warm up spot before hitting Lost Crag!