Main Wall Right is home to several of the harder lines in Box Springs. Like its neighbor to the left, Main Wall Right is about 25’ high and is comprised of two walls. The front left wall has a prominent roof and several cracks; the back right wall is predominantly slab and is a bit taller, about 30’ high. Take note that all the bolts on this back wall were chopped sometime in the past but the climbs can still be enjoyed as top-ropes or highballs. As with the left Main Wall, this wall has separate bolted anchors for most of the climbs. Because Main Wall Right sees a lot less action, some of the climbs are chossy and there is the occasional bush growing out of the cracks. Descent can be had to the right; an easy walk-off between the two walls that make up Main Wall Right. From the back wall of Main Wall Right, descent is also an easy walk-off to the right.
Same as that for Main Wall Left. From there, continue to the northeast along the base of the walls. Main Wall Right is distinguished by the prominent roof half way up.
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Sun Belt 5.11c Sport, 1 pitch, 25 feet
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