Climbed Sleeping Giant Falls on Saturday 1/26. Ice was in great condition as it seems to get fairly little sun (it did start to get wet later in the afternoon. The current anchor is a combo of two dead trees, seemed to be hanging in there for now. I had never climbed it before and had spoken to several folks who tried unsuccessfully to find it, so I will mention our approach.
We followed a set of tracks somewhere 0.2 or 0.3 miles north of the parking lot and ended up directly under Upper Green Sleeves. Once we could clearly see Upper Greensleeves we moved left across the hillside. Continuing in that direction we crossed maybe two small drainages before dropping down into the larger drainage that houses Sleeping Giant. It's pretty obvious once you get there. I would recommend this approach, or coming up as if you were heading to Upper Green Sleeves from G1 and keep moving climbers left across the hillside, rather than following the drainage directly up to the climb. We took this direct route on the descent and it fills with windblown snow. Plunge-stepping down can be fun but slogging up would be exhausting.