60 degrees on Friday and 10 degrees today in the notch made for some interesting conditions. The high flow routes were getting hammered with water pouring down, while some routes that are typically thin have a decent amount of ice. So we were simultaneously getting soaked and freezing up at the same time. Adam Sherman and I spotted what appeared to be something new up in Cass' gully and went for it. Not sure if someone has sent this rig before but on the right wall of Cass' we did a line at about WI4-4+ M4 R 100' that we are calling "Stormin' The Cassle". A short steep overhanging ice section with a small amount of mixed climbing and some nice turf shots. Check out the pics in the photo gallery.