Iroquois bushwhack and modified Mac traverse. (Hit F11 for full screen)
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Climbing out of drainage. 4000 foot knob. Constant companion. Bairly discernable Algonquin shopped to life.
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Breaking tree-line on Iroquois. 6-700 feet below summmit. Little Boundary Peak. Gérald
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Looking down on 4000 foot knob. Upper flanks of Iroquois. Gérald negotiates the ice.
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It was a great weather day.
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Strret & Nye in background.
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Inpenetrable crust alternated with 12 inches of powder snow. The Algonquin Knob.
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Looking back up towards Algonquin. Bushwhacking conditions. Gerald and the Knob.
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Algonquin. Wrong Peak near Wright junction. Gerald on the Knob.
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Wright Peak. Our route is somewhere on that face. Macintyre ridges and gullies.
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Wallface. Slide route up Algonquin. Huh?