This area only has one climb, but if you're feeling burly, it's one you want to get on for sure. While most places aren't typically worth it if you only get one climb out of it, this is an exception due to the quality of the route and the short approach.
On Mt Scott, between the pull off for Lower and Upper Scott climbing areas, there is a pull off with a large rock bordering the pull off. park here and hike directly uphill approx 150 yards. You will notice the bright yellow wall with a gently overhanging dihedral to the east of the trail. You have found Juji Fruit. To gain top access, hike around the south end of the wall.
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Juji Fruit 5.12- Trad, 1 pitch, 35 feet
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