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Highly recommended for larch season. Note that Moraine Lake and even Lake Louise at times is getting overwhelmed with visitors; you may want to venture elsewhere, particularly on weekends. You can find countless ideas and travel advice by searching the group or filtering based on the "Trip Planning" topic. Separate posts of this nature may face a sudden and unceremonious deletion. An interesting perspective of the most problematic part of Mount Pocaterra when you stick to the spine of the ridge.
If you can slow the video down or pause it at about 29 secs in, you can see daylight through the gap on the lower right. I believe that this is likely the same rock that Vern Dewit describes in his account of the mountain in Vern, I know that was a loong time ago - does this ring a bell? The issue here is that you see that I am putting significant faith in that the rock will not separate further and get pulled onto me as I swing around the left side of it to downclimb Whymper September 21, 5 hours return trip Spoiler alert, route pictures ahead.
Nice hike up mt whymper, still snow free. Moderate trip up the face, nice waterworn rock down low.
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Upper black rock band has two weakness through it. I took the right hand one up an good staircase 5m right of a squeeze chimney option. Then i continued up to a point where the left gully ended before i could traverse left to the ridge about m shy of summit. Did not look at the left hand weakness up close, looked like chossy blocks and the right was good. The short left traverse out was a steep downsloping scree ledge, which was easy kicking steps into but i wouldnt want it to be snowy. Descent was straight forward scree bash to tree line and the back bowl, then i sidehilled all the way back to ascent gully then down to road.
Climbed Mt Kidd today.
Bone dry 11km 6 hours m Broke my pole! Jump to.