My husband and I decided to beat the odds yesterday and take a chance on Left Hand Monkey Wrench yesterday (12/3). Unfortunately, the ice gods weren't with the us. The trail up to LHMW was all running water, so we had to bush whack our way up to the climb. Once we got there, there was some thin, melted ice to the left. There was running water under it, and detaching before our eyes. We took a few swings on the ice, and it all detached off. We put the ice back so it could re-bond. The top had two small pillars to the right, that I'm sure had water running underneath it. The middle part of the top of the climb was a waterfall. We need some more cold air, and then maybe it will GO! Other climbs we saw: Shoestring- Two cars parked in front of. Maybe there was some ice? Cinema- Just wet rock Landslide- Just wet rock Willey's Slide- Speckled with a light dusting of snow Elephant Head- Running water (some ice towards the top left, but nothing to climb on) Flume- Running water Silver Cascade- Running water Everything at Frankenstein Cliff's is depressing!!! No ice at ALL on Pegasus or Chia!!! Smear had a little ice at the top Trestle slabs and Practice Slabs are wet rock Standard Route had a little ice on the 1st pitch, but not in. Dracula- Just a little ice at the top (not in). Pray for cold weather!!