Type: Boulder, 15 ft (5 m)
FA: Ed Sewall, mid '80s
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Shared By: tscupp on Jul 20, 2010
Admins: M Sprague, Jamie Re, Joe M

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V4 might be the best grade to climb at Lincoln Woods and this one is a contender for the top. Start sitting at jug where the two walls meet and then follow the crack up and right. Top out when the jugs end when the crack turns the arete.

The crux comes in the first few moves and with the option of using feet on the opposing wall to make the climb easier (probably v3+/v4-). This option may seem contrived but the cruxes climb differently with one being more subtle and core dependent while the other forces longer moves between the better holds.

Location Suggest change

Deepest point of the cave at an obvious jug, the heavily chalked right trending crack.

Protection Suggest change

Multiple pads and spotter are best but the hardest moves are right near the beginning with an easy but not necessarily obvious top out.

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