Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Drew Allan, Pat Munn and Mark Meschinelli, 9/80
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Shared By: Chris Duca on Oct 28, 2007
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Access Issue: Peregrine closures and approach trail issues Details

Description

Because this route is so close to many of the classic lines at Poke-O, it is often over-looked. Don't miss this one!

Scallion is a full- value route. It involves some unprotected, but relatively easy climbing (5.6 R) to begin the route, some Houdini corner moves protected by two bolts, then some of the finest moderate crack climbing on the cliff.

If you are shorter than 5.7, the moves entering the corner and clipping the first bolt may feel a little difficult, so be thoughtful. However, a truck green Camalot placement in a horizontal below the right-facing corner helps ease off some of the jitters.

The route ends at a bolt anchor.

Location

About 300 feet the left of the giant Thunderhead Roof is a clean, bottomless right-facing corner that starts approximately 15 feet off a grassy ledge.

Protection

Two bolts, and a full rack of small gear. Doubles are helpful and the addition of one red Camalot.

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Derek Doucet
  5.10-
Derek Doucet  
  5.10-
High on the list of most pleasant .10- pitches at Poko. Climbing Scallion, Home Rule, and The Natural (all .10 a or b, and all starting within about 30' of one another) is a perfect way to fill out a day of Poko cragging. Jun 10, 2010
Nick W
Orford, NH
Nick W   Orford, NH
Crux moves are all well protected with small gear. But the bolt placement does make for a potential swing and some of the crux placements might be tricky so probably not a good lead for a new 5.10 leader. Nov 11, 2011