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Corner at the top of the Mexican Flake.
I think this is the top of the 2nd pitch of War of the Walls (after the traverse left under the roof and then up the crack). <br /> <br />Is this right?  We were there only one day from Utah, climbed the first three pitches of the route in this photo, and then rapped (I think we combined the first two pitches).  Can't even remember what we climbed for sure!!
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Looking down on Pitch 6 with all the bolts clipped. None of the run outs seemed that bad, nothing you would not expect if face climbing in Yosemite or Tuolumne. <br /> <br /><ul style='margin:0 0; padding:0 0;'><li>There is a very height dependent move getting to the 3rd bolt on this pitch. You don't need to be particularly tall (maybe 5'8") to do it, but if you are too short... well my wife battened up the rope to reach the hold.</li></ul>
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Looking down on Pitch 6 with all the bolts clipped. None of the run outs seemed that bad, nothing you would not expect if face climbing in Yosemite or Tuolumne.

  • There is a very height dependent move getting to the 3rd bolt on this pitch. You don't need to be particularly tall (maybe 5'8") to do it, but if you are too short... well my wife battened up the rope to reach the hold.

Submitted By: LeeAB on Oct 2, 2012
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War of the Walls (5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b PG13 )
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