The size of the 'schrund is obvious when Tom and his clients approach it!
From the col, looking up at North Twin (L) and the other team still descending Twins Tower (R).
This is one of my favorite shots from the Rockies, showing Raf, Jay and Adam inching their way up the tower.
The summit on the left, Cathedral Crags on the right.
So starts up the final summit slopes.
Starting our descent. You really can't trip over your crampons while descending this part of the glacier!
Views over a distant Shadow Lake and Gibbon Pass at left and over Pharaoh Peaks.
Sublime views over Mummy Lake.
The stream running down from Scarab Lake to Egypt Lakes provides some wonderful landscapes and tranquil scenes.
Healy Pass and Meadows are on fire as I descend back to Healy Creek in late afternoon lighting.
Rock Isle Lake.
Hiking up the headwall between Myosotis Lake (L) and Zigadenus Lake.
Interesting lighting as the sun sets to the west.
Dip Slope Lake tucked under Deluc's outliers.
Looking across the east face / ridge of Assiniboine at a smoky morning sunrise.
Twin Falls Creek generates a double rainbow in this stunning view from the top of Twin Falls.
Dip Slope Mountain and Lake.
Castleguard Mountain with our ski tracks from the Saskatchewan Glacier.
Western Shooting Star (Dodecatheon pulchellum)
Mount Columbia casts an early morning shadow towards the lower Mount King Edward.
Late evening views from the SE face of Dip Slope Mountain.