Type: Trad, 310 ft, 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: Andy Ross Shingo Ohkawa Paul Ross. 17th June 2011
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Named due to a voilent thunderstorm that hit just as the final pitch was climbed. Starts directly opposite the Great White Ridge up the gray pillar that lies between a chimney and a line of steep huecos.The rock improves with hight.

P1)Climb past some poor rock just right of the chimney to a bolt at 15' .the rock gets much better after the second bolt.. Continue past 6 more bolts to hanging belay anchors. A fine on sight lead by Andy. 150' 5.10-
P2)Trend up to the right below the groove from the last of three bolts lower down to the large sloping hueco . Continue right to another large hueco and double anchors, 80'5.9 A0.
P3)Awkward moves above the belay then easier climbing to the top of the pitch and double anchors. 80' 5.10-.

Descent:- Rap single rope to the top of P2 the double ropes to the ground.


Two Fingers Canyon. South of the Great White Wall Road 2.4 miles from Hanksville road and 1.5 miles south of the road into Three Fingers Canyon


Cams 1/2" to 3" ,wires, slings two 60m Ropes