This route starts at a low angle ramp just left of the middle of Wind Wall. Face climb past three bolts to a crack in a groove. The crux is a tricky sequence right around the third bolt.
There are 5 bolts on this route and a light rack will suffice to protect the rest. I bring a #3 camalot for a spot just above the third bolt a few small cams and a set of nuts. Chain anchors at the top.
Awwww, Peter. Too bad you had a bad time on this route. Most people like it and it's an acknowledged three star classic. Sounds like you need a hug, brother.
There's one in every crowd.
By Brandon Baldwin From: Sahuarita, AZ Jul 15, 2013 rating: 5.9+5c17VI17E1 5a
We weren't planning on climbing in this area, but rain in our planned area forced us to Windy Point. I had only brought agressive down turned climbing shoes and my toes were killing me especially at the stance to clip the third bolt. I would recommend some climbing shoes that smear well for the early slabby moves. The crux is just above the third bolt (glad that bolt was there!) and I felt the best climbing was from the crux to the top, but I am not a fan slab work. Trying to place gear above the fourth bolt kept this climb exciting. I only brought nuts with me this time and I liked the placements, so I wouldn't carry anything different next time.