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Submitted By: toddgordon on Apr 19, 2010

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Fur (5.10) is on the left, and Col. Flagg (5.10-) ...


Just where Rattlesnake Canyon splits to go up the waterfall or right to Corral Wall....look straight ahead and you will see a set of double cracks up above a small talus/boulder slope. The left crack is Fur (5.10) and the right one is Col. Flagg (5.10-).

Getting There 

At the turn to Corral Wall, so straight up the talus slope to the cracks.

Climbing Season

For the Rattlesnake Canyon area.

Weather station 5.9 miles from here

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Fur 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b  CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Double Cracks
Fur is the left of twin cracks located up the talus straight ahead when you are at the junction of Rattlesnake Canyon where you can turn to either the waterfall to the left, or Corral Wall to the right. Climb an easy crack to a giant knob/chickenhead. Mantle the knob and stand up on it, and clip a fixed piton. Here is where the tall man can reach a hidden hold straight up for a 5.10- pull, and be done with it. The wee folk must make some 5.10+ moves to finish things off; much harder...[more]   Browse More Classics in CA

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