As we got further and further north, the rain was letting up and the sun was trying its' best to break through the clouds...were we going to finally catch a break and get some decent climbing conditions this fall?
We got to the trailhead at 8:00am, the rain had stopped but everything was still soaked. Our optimism was high because we have personally seen the boulders at Snowy dry up in a matter of hours with the right combination of sun and wind. As we approached the boulders, they were still a bit saturated but it was evident that it was going to be climable really soon...Sully was en route as well and not far behind us.
When we finally get some decent fall conditions, this is what happens.