The Diamond Head of Micronesia. This is a completely undeveloped basalt monolith that is the pride of Pohnpei. No one has ever climbed the face of Sokehs Rock, though adventurers often make their way up the 5.6, R Skyline Scramble (on the rock's southern side) with the aid of a fixed metal pipe and rope.
Same approach as the Spire, but at the junction to the Spire (on left), proceed up and to the right to a large tree and the beginning of the Skyline Scramble.
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Skyline Scramble 5.6 R Trad, 3 pitches, 200 feet
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Skyline Scramble 5.6 R International : Oceania : ... : Sokehs Rock
The Skyline Scramble starts at the large tree to the right of the spur trail to the Spire. The route is graded 5.6, R unassisted, though there exist ropes and metal pipes to aid free climbers. Most of the route is 5.easy but each pitch has a couple tricky moves and serious exposure. No one really gears up for this because of the fixed assistance. P1 begins with a 50 ft rope assisted traverse along a smattering of slick tree roots to a short but thinly featured (metal pipe assisted) ascent of abo...[more] Browse More Classics in International