Type: TR, 35 ft (11 m)
FA: Miles Johnson August 22, 2020
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Shared By: Miles Johnson on Aug 23, 2020
Admins: Ryan Sheldon, Drew Nevius, Kevin Diaz

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Description

Dollops of Daisy is on the south end of the Spite Your Face Wall's alcove atop the slab approach.

The climb immediately to the right is RIP Baby Batso in the obvious crack where two boulder sized flakes join together and lean back west upon the main body of HHH.

TopRope Setup: Utilize large live cedar tree with static or other rope and use 4' vertical crack between large boulders to the north of the cedar tree. No bolts or anchors here.

From the ground we underestimated the difficulty of this route and it proved to be one of the funner routes we've climbed in months! Switchy hands and feet plus the wide moves to traverse left and right and left make it interesting in footwork, balance, and movement.

Beta:

Start out with and undercling to sidepulls and manage thin feet to move wide for a left hand. Stand up to gain the marginal undercling seam above. Find the best pockets and manage thin feet to move right. Figure out footwork and access a small finger-lock and utilize a thin flake to stand up to approach the top. Utilize thin rails to gain the TR biners. Mantle over the vertical seam for the full experience!

FFA still open to the bold who don't mind climbing above sparse, small gear.

Location

From the exit of the Mt Scott Picnic area which is 0.25 miles west of the 6' monolith at the base of Mt Scott Road, hike 0.9 miles skirting the SW flank of Mt Scott's Boy and following the meadow to Hunting Horse Hill's southern slope. Follow the slope NE and after passing a few large boulders you will see Spite Your Face Wall on top of the first obvious slab.

Dollops of Daisy is left of an obvious vertical crack which is RIP Baby Batso.

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Protection

No bolts or Anchors. TR Anchors can be constructed on large live cedar tree and a 4' vertical crack north of tree.

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