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Molli O'Neill serving it up on Scrumdillyishus. P...
Climb the left-angling hand crack to a large pod. Continue up and left out of the pod on steep rock to the hand crack and featured face above. Gear anchor.
Descend by rapping Hot Fudge or by scrambling down chimney/slot to climber's right.
Larger nuts, and single cams to 2", plus an extra hand-size (#2 Camalot or equivalent) and #3-size Camalot for the anchor.
BETA PHOTO: "Scrumdillyishus" 5.7.
Photo by Blitzo.
Upper section of Scrumdillyishus, DQ Wall, JTree.
BETA PHOTO: A time lapse photo of me leading scrumdillyishus t...
|Comments on Scrumdillyishus
Sep 22, 2003
Great protection all the way up. Almost every move seemed 5.7. The crack at the start is off fingers in some sections with bomber hands at the top of it. It is steep and sustained in the upper section through the small buldge and the pro and feet are good. Trad achor with 2-4" cams depending where you build it.
Quality rock, good protection, sustained climb
From: Portland, OR
Oct 5, 2006
just a hair harder than Frosty Cone (which it shares the same start), but still is a 5.7. Exiting the pod is easier than it looks.
From: Palm Desert, CA
Nov 7, 2009
Fun stuff - if available, I'd recommend getting on this route.
Feb 13, 2010
This is my favorite one pitch 5.7 in the park. Swallows gear happily. Vertical. Perfect place up top to quickly and easily build an anchor. Easy rap down. What else do you want?