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Submitted By: M Sprague on Feb 7, 2012
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Above and in back of the Warm Up Wall is a short wall about 10 high X 35 feet wide, mostly just off vertical. In the center is a V-easy layback crack and to the left of it is a crack that leads off left. To the right of the cracks are a few good short problems and to the left looks like more potential. The landing is mostly flat and the wall holds the sun longer than the others nearby, so if they are going into the shade you can just pop up here to catch more rays.

Getting There 

When coming in from the White Dot Trail and you get to the Egg Boulder, either keep going down the valley and hook around left to 3 Walls and pop on top, or just go in back of the Egg and continue along on the little plateau a minute, which will take you right by this wall and above the Warm Up.

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Grunt V3- 6A  Rhode Island : Arcadia Management Area : ... : The Upper Wall
right side of the wall- About 4 feet in, start sitting with your hands on a good hold with a quartz bump and the flake, your knees in your chest. Cross over on the flake and fire up for a hold high and left, near the arete. Cross the right hand to the little sidepull next to it and reach up and left to micro bump then pop again for a good hold at the lip a foot left of the summit. The top edge is off until you get past the summit point....[more]   Browse More Classics in Rhode Island

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