I was out at Greens this weekend. Bottom half of Black Flies was a river. Most of the other routes were high and dry.
Both pitches of Stewart's Crack are absolutely classic. Pitch one does check in at 5.9 but no way does the second pitch. The first 20' of pitch 2 is wide and flaring. I had no game and had to hang all over it. I wish i had some pics of my epic fail for Luke to analyze. Hopefully i can do better next time now that i have the gear figured out. Its a tough one to protect, i recommend double camalots #2, #3 and at least one each #4 and #5
Mark added a super sweet 5.7 on the left end late last fall. Mix of bolts and gear. Its nice to have some more moderate climbing at the cliff. Hopefully he will add the info to MtProject soon.
You would love the new route i am working on strandman. 100' of sustained technical face/slab. Probably going to end up hard .11.
I also want to add a note about the condition of the bivy. We found several spruce trees cut right at the bivy ledge and a few toilet paper piles on the trail. I am sure it was not climbers treating the area like this, I was out there late last year so i suspect it was winter campers. Cutting live trees around the bivy and leaving the stumps three feet high is really bad form. Everyone i know who uses the area treats it with much respect so this was disappointing.