The right side of the Corral Wall has a good selection of 15 routes or so with a fairly even mix of crack and faces, but the overall quality of the routes here is not on par with the left side of the wall. A number of bolted anchors on the crag allow one to descend easily as well as pack in a large number of routes in a short time if so inclined.
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Exfoliation Confrontation 5.9 Trad, 1 pitch, 80 feet
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Exfoliation Confrontation 5.9 CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Corral Wall - Right Side
This is a fun and juggy route. There were a few decently protected cruxes where smaller holds had to be used, but all in all it was sinker holds. This was in sharp contrast to most of my "smearing" J-Tree experiences. It was more like climbing Southeastern sandstone!This climb is on the right-hand portion of the Corral Wall, towards the left end of that side. Climb a dark wall with a few bolts and huge, apparent juggy holds, eventually going up and right into a light section of rock to finish at...[more] Browse More Classics in CA