Banana Split

This route is located in the Miller Fork at Fruit Wall

Peach Fuzz


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Poppin Cherries 5.8 (Sport)

First Ascent: Marty Vogel, Tina Thomas in 2014
Length: 40ft
Bolts: 4 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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The left of the two short 5.8 lines. The name is the best thing about this one. A bit reachier and a bit less fun than the other one.
Moves: Balancy
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry: Downpour
Owner: RRGCC
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2.03 stars (38 votes)
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5.8 (27 votes)

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1
Baatzy said on November 14th, 2014
Really shit rock...but low and behold I still climbed it!
2
ACD said on November 14th, 2014
awesome! The worst route at the Red, shit moves, shit rock, looks shit, probably dangerous, but i climbed it as well. A classic crap route! Just like some of the rubbish they climb in the Peak back home.
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MartyV said on December 15th, 2014
took a crowbar to the large loose block.
4
Chiyram said on May 26th, 2015
Not really sure why this is getting dissed. Fun for a short 8.
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Rollo said on June 7th, 2015
Some fat gumball is gonna kill their belayer when they step on the hollow sounding blocks to finish this rig. The Mothman told me.
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DrRockso said on August 10th, 2015
Seemed pretty clean when we climbed it the other day.
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Episketch said on September 7th, 2015
There was still fragile rock on this when I climbed it. My partner pulled off a small flake down low and there was a large flake/block near the finish that sounded quite hollow. Have your belayer wear a helmet for this one.
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SpikySkaKid said on April 25th, 2016
The best move is the first move. Other than that, meh.
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Anonymous said on August 7th, 2016
These two little 5.8's stay dry in a down pour. fun route
10
PatrickBecerra said on September 6th, 2016
This route isn't as bad as people were saying. Fun moves down low, then a bunch of mantles to the anchors. These two 8's make good warmups for the 10's next door.