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Gradual incline  . 17km. 1,000 meter of elevation gain. Not a technical hike, High reward for the effort. 

 

The last 500 meters are some switch backs. There was a Dust of snow  at the beginning and over 10cm snow at the top. We used spikes. We had gorgeous 360 deg views, We did not have time to explore to the base Ruth mountain or Ruth mountain which involved glacier travel. 

 

I would highly recommend it as an overnighter late fall  with clear skies. Perfect spot for sunset, sunrie an stargazing. 

 

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02.11.2023 (205 Days Ago)
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