In 2012, Bryce and I attended a wonderful slideshow presented by Les Wilson covering his FA of the Chockstone Chimney back in 1962. Intrigued by his photos and FA tales, Bryce and I kept it in mind. Last weekend we headed up to the Ribbon Falls area to check out this forgotten classic. Chockstone Chimney climbs several pitches of various chimney types, with a few noteworthy tunnel-throughs, tree climbing within chimneys, and topping out on a large forested ledge, known as Sherwood Forest, that is rarely visited by climbers. The route was dirty, but interesting, and stayed fairly moderate throughout. The 5 or so rappels needed to get down were trickier than expected, and had obviously not been used in well over a year. The one new bolt had been damaged by rockfall and I could remove it with my hand, and in the end we used up all 30' of rapp webbing rebuilding anchors. It was a good day of adventurin'!