I think this is the top of the 2nd pitch of War of the Walls (after the traverse left under the roof and then up the crack).<br>
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Is this right?  We were there only one day from Utah, climbed the first three pitches of the route in this photo, and then rapped (I think we combined the first two pitches).  Can't even remember what we climbed for sure!!
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J. Hickok
Aug 14, 2012
I think this is the top of the 2nd pitch of War of the Walls (after the traverse left under the roof and then up the crack).

Is this right? We were there only one day from Utah, climbed the first three pitches of the route in this photo, and then rapped (I think we combined the first two pitches). Can't even remember what we climbed for sure!!
J. Albers
Colorado
J. Albers   Colorado
This is the third pitch. The traverse left under the roof is the second pitch (if you link the first two pitches). Aug 14, 2012
OK - so this is War of the Walls then. We climbed the first two together as one pitch and then I did the traverse under the roof and the crack in this photo as another single pitch. Probably better to break it up I guess. So we climbed two pitches to this point, but I guess you're saying this is really 4 pitches by the topo. Aug 17, 2012
LeeAB Brinckerhoff   ABQ, NM  
By the topo, you are in the middle of pitch 4. Oct 2, 2012

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