Climbed up after doing the NE buttress of Goode that morning. Fun scramble up the upper part of the north face accessing via the SW gully. Views of Goode were the most impressive.
Annoyingly cliche, rain, hail, and thunder chased us off the summit block. We made it to 8400 feet before the weather hit. We successfully climbed Goode the next day.
We climbed a route as described in Becky (CAG:2 page 340). We climbed the gulley to the climber's left of the main peak directly to the summit. I would describe it as loose and spicy 4th class. We did not see the 20-ft crack, but found a 20-ft right facing open book just prior to the summit. No gear used, pro would be problematic, 50 meter rope required for the rap. We combined it with a climb of Goode the same day, which was reasonable camping at five mile camp. The traverse from Goode to Storm King over a notch below Goode at 7400ft avoids some (but not all) of the scree slogging.