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Wrench Warfare 

YDS: 5.10c French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII British: E2 5b

   
Type: , 1 pitch, 70'
FA: John McCall, Tim Lee, Art ?
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Vincent Greene on Feb 1, 2004
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200 ft up the hill from Jump for Joyce. This is on the next buttress down the hill from Krack a Tack.


Protection 

2 bolts and standard rack. Chain anchors.



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By Anonymous Coward
Mar 9, 2004

From John McCall:

The route is drawn incorrectly on the photo: a straight line connecting the 2 ends of the red line (as it is currently drawn) follows the route. You lieback/lay off the crack on the arete, placing trad gear, rather than heading around the corner to the right. The first bolt is quite a bit to the left of the one in the drawing, just above the end of the crack and a few feet below the roof. If there IS a bolt way to the right as shown in the photo, we did not see it when Wrench Warfare was put up.

Thanks to Ben Burnham for his hard work on this climb!

By Vincent Greene
Mar 14, 2004

I have posted a new topo repositioning the bolt to where it really is. Thanks for the correction! Also, the FA data is incorrect, there was no Art ? - the proper name is Levi - I never got his last name. Levi or Tim, you want to help me out here?