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By Tim McCabe
May 30, 2011
If this wall were any where else it would get tons of traffic, in the Needles not so much. When I first moved there in 89 I met Bruce Thompson who was on the FA of Window on the West. He took me up the Window and later we did Kevizan as well. I would say that Window on the West is a 3-4 star route Kevizan 2-3 the roof by itself would be a 4.
I did Window several more times and would highly recommend it.
The only other route that I got on was Crack of Earthly Delights, as I recall it was just OK. Never went back to it so that says something.
Even though it's not a spire this wall is well worth checking out.
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