Banta and I headed back to to Snowy Mountain early last week to take advantage of the nice weather and to hopefully tick off some of our current projects. The conditions were prime...sunny and upper 70's, no bugs yet, and bone dry rock. We were able to repeat some classics, Banta wrote off a project of his "Never Been to Hueco", while I was able to finally link together the stand start to "Salamander" as well as establish another variation off of the "Mr. Tumnus" boulder problems.
Midday we took a short hike as a means of active rest and found a bunch of rock and short cliff bands in the immediate area. Nothing was as amazing as the original set of boulders, but a few new lines were discovered and a rad 30' tall, 150' long slightly overhanging section of rock was discovered. Some serious highballs are possible, or perhaps some short, powerful sport routes. Time will tell, time will tell.