Winds of War
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Winds of War starts up the slab, then heads up the...
Winds of War is another technical face climb not unlike the brilliant Face Dancer. However, this line climbs a water streak, and can be covered in silt after heavy rains, so best to give your partner first crack if it rained the night before.
Begin up an easy, gray, 45deg slab passing two bolts. Mount the vertical wall and weave back and forth between large pockets and good crimps. The line slabs out near the top as the holds diminish, leaving a few thought-provoking moves just below the anchor.
Immediately left of Face Dancer, beginning with 2 bolts up a short gray slab.
~12 bolts, 2BA.