Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: Ken Thompson, Jeff Smith, Ed Griffiths - 2004
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Shared By: e Dixon on Nov 10, 2007
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Climb up the right-facing slot with a thin-hands crack. Continue up slightly overhanging crack with mostly thin-hands to a right-facing V-slot. Take this to a section of poor rock (caution!). Above this section of bad rock the anchor is visible. Take the mostly hand crack to the anchor. This route is mostly high quality, but loses a star because of the poor rock near the top.


This is the splitter crack that is visible upon reaching the base of the wall.


(2) set of Camalots from #.5 - #3, (optional) set of stoppers


An okay route. The main crack is nice/fun. However, the rock quality deteriorates significantly near the top. Feb 20, 2008
Frankfort, Ky
lhrowland   Frankfort, Ky
The best way to do this route is to bail right to the anchors on Scrumbelgazer and forget the last 30ft of choss. May 2, 2013
I wish I would have read Irowland's comment before getting on this, not 100% certain anything up top would have held a fall. Sep 7, 2016