Yep, it was a "Sketchy 30" when I was in there too.
A little perspective for those enjoying the pics: all of the drops that are shown in the link occur in less than a mile and pretty much start right at camp. Plus there are no shots of the much-photographed Double Pothole or the ultra-mank above it. Those drops are right below Sketchy 30 and flow right into yet another tea cup-slide combo series, which finishes with Kiwi in a Pocket (35ish footer + 20 footer bonus runout) followed by the mega-mank that feeds Dead Bear (40ish footer). That's brunch for the last day of Upper Cherry. What an incredible place.
"A river is more than an amenity, it is a treasure."
-Oliver Wendell Holmes writing for the majority in New Jersey v. New York