Starting up the super balance-intensive arête bef...
The Right Wall receives sunlight most of the day, but may yield some relief by mid to late afternoon. Temperatures may be a few degrees higher than El Cajon, so if climbing in the summer make sure to bring plenty of water.
The rock is granite and generally good; however, due to the number of climbs and pattern of development, rock fall from other climbers necessitates wearing a helmet.
The approach from the road is approximately 60 to 90 minutes with an elevation gain of about 1,800 feet.
Weather station 1.5 miles from here
7 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',3],['3 Stars',2],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Right Wall
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Right Wall:
Crackamite 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b Trad, 1 pitch, 100'
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Line of Fire 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c CA
: San Diego County
: ... : Right Wall
Amazing long and varied rock climb with different styles from top to bottom. This thing probably deserves to be a classic and definitely see more traffic. Located on the far right side of the main face on a low buttress that leans against the main wall (called "The Wedge") and faces due South. Begins from the ground at 3 bolts heading right on a slab that lead you to approach the obvious arete in the middle of the Wedge. 4 bolts of beautiful arete climbing (5.10) leads to a rest stance before m...[more] Browse More Classics in CA
BETA PHOTO: Lower right side of the Wedge.
By Billy Bylund
Dec 18, 2010
Be cautious about trusting the SD Pocket Guide. Some of the Rap Rings have been removed. I trad climbed Match Book the other day, and there were no rap rings that I could find, so I had to down climb. Maybe there's a set I missed, but I would not recommend the route unless you can see the rap rings you're going for. Otherwise it was a fun route w/ good crack for gear.
By Adam Kimmerly
Dec 20, 2010
Anytime you're climbing at the local crags, it's a good idea to bring either some quicklinks and/or chain links to leave permanent rap anchors behind, or at least some webbing and rap rings. El Cajon Mountain may be missing some fixed hardware due to some chopping in the past, and Eagle Peak and Corte Madera are frequently topped out and walked-off of so rap hardware is not always present. I always bring a few sets with me and leave them on the more popular rap anchors when I go. The cheapest/simplest solution is a single quicklink and either 1 or 3 links of hardened steel chain.