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White Heat Wall 


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Submitted By: Jesse Ryan on May 26, 2006
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Description 

White Heat Wall is another of Sinks Canyon's pretty panels of clean limestone. The wall gets sun through mid to late afternoon. Some of the better routes on the wall include White Heat (12d), Blushing Crows (12c), War Party (12b), Spike 'n Vein (11b), and Winter Storm Warning (9+).


Getting There 

This is the first wall to the right of Addiction Wall. The wall is physically connected to Brisket Wall. Brisket is just right, starting past the route Guardian Angel (11d) near a left facing corner before a section of low roofy 5.12 routes on Brisket Wall proper.


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11 Total Routes


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Becky stretching out on the initial slab moves of Winter Storm Warning

Winter Storm Warning 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a  WY : Sinks Canyon : White Heat Wall
Winter storm warning is a good long route, with a couple of cruxes, and some runouts near the top through easier climbing. Start with some interesting slab climbing, not the hardest moves, but certainly attention getting for the 5.9 leader. As you pull up near the bulge the line trends left, skirting just underneath it before breaking over a small overlap at the right side. This last part before this overlap is the crux of the route. Some artfully footwork, and intelligent combination of bul...[more]   Browse More Classics in WY

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