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This is one of Sunset's truly outstanding routes. It has a little of everything: roofs to pull, crack climbing, face climbing. It's a long line on beautiful, well-protected rock.
A bouldery start powers you through a blocky roof to a ledge. Follow a crack system to another roof about midway; after pulling the roof, continue with face climbing to the top. Make generous use of runners to avoid rope drag. A 60-meter rope is just enough to make the rap.
Starts around the corner right of Freedom Chimney, about a 20-minute walk from the trail split.
Mostly small to medium nuts and cams, though some larger gear can be helpful in the lower roof section. Bolted anchors.
From: Decatur, GA
Aug 11, 2008
Finally got around to leading Wind Walker, the start didn't seem nearly as hard as I remembered it -- not that I remembered much two years after last toproping it. Still one of my favorites at Sunset, just all around great climbing all the way. Must do!