We returned to camp to wait out the rain for the day, and while taking a break from sleeping and reading, by some chance socializing in camp I met Alex and Kat, who knew of a route called Lion's Way that was supposed to be quite fun and would be easy and short enough to do in the rain during what was left of the day. Alec and I were game to follow as we had no information for the route. By chance Katrina, a solo traveler who was looking for climbing partners, bumped into us at camp. I invited her along so she, Alec and I climbed the route as a team of 3. This would be my first time doing this, and it would be good practice on working out an efficient system of doing so with my doubles (this came in handy on some other climbs later in the Fall)
Another interesting run-in was bumping into Allister on the route. Allister was the Kain Hut caretaker and we would run into him again the next day on Bugaboo Spire.
The rain had let up a little, but the rock was still cold and wet, and it appeared that the rain could resume at any time, but this route seemed easy enough to get through in these conditions. We soloed the first two pitches (cl. 4 & cl. 3) and roped beginning at the third pitch, which had a very short 5.3 crack.