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No Preservatives 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

Type:  Boulder, 13'
Original:  Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]
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Submitted By: Old Timer on Feb 6, 2016

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Sit start the undercut wall using the crack/seam.


It is located roughly in the center of the Golden Wall.


A pad.

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By PatMontague
Jul 24, 2017

I was at Lynn Woods over the weekend (my first time there) and was completely perplexed on where Center Stage and No Preservatives were on the Golden Wall. Could we include more information/notable holds or features? Maybe even pictures?
By Old Timer
From: North Andover MA
Jul 24, 2017

On the Golden Wall, the problem Up for Parole is the prominent blunt arete roughly located about 35-40 feet right of the problem Stage Fright as the wall turns the corner. Center Stage is about 8-10 feet right of the problem Up for Parole. That problem climbs somewhat brittle crimps up a gently overhanging wall.The problem No Preservatives is a bulge with a crack/ seam about 5-6 feet left of the problem Up for Parole just before you turn the corner on the Golden Wall.
Hope this helps,

By Tim McGivern
From: Medford, ma
Jul 25, 2017

Something to note, Pat: Lynn Woods has hundreds of boulders and even more problems. There has been a significant effort over the last decade to map and log the boulders. Old Timer has played an enormous role by putting up problems like a machine! It is an on-going process. Some of the more popular areas have taken a back seat when it comes to mapping the problems, because they are typically known by the folks who frequently go there. You should start to see some of the more popular boulders mapped with photos in the coming months. These include Golden Wall, Weetamoo, Summit, and Stone Tower Boulder.

Also, a new climbing coalition for the area (Southeast New England Climber Coalition) has formed, and we are hosting meet-ups and tours of Lynn Woods and other areas as well. Feel free to get involved or come to a meet up. You can find SNECC on Facebook and You can also contact me directly.
By PatMontague
Jul 26, 2017

Thanks so much, Tim and Old Timer!

I'll definitely look for more tours of Lynn Woods, the climbing there was awesome, and knowing my way around would be super beneficial!

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