When we saw a climber fall a little ways down the mountain, the climbers I was with were afraid of the steep loose snow so we took a class 4 route on the rocks which made me feel a little on the edge, but I was already to high up to back down. On the way down it was a easy walk down except for having to look for the right gully when getting late in the day.
I saw a man fall near the summit. He tumbled 100 vertical feet over snow and rocks. I was the first to get to him. I investigated his injuries and found nothing serious, only cuts and abrasions. If he hadn't been wearing a helmet, it would have been different.
What a treat, so glad to see this climb. It was so many years ago. We had been in the Glacier Peak Wilderness two weeks the whole basin was in snow so we climbed up the middle on the snow. On the summit crest the big white fluffy clouds were slowly drifting by in aqua blue skies, just thought I could step onto one and drift away. Still have that image in my mind one of my most memorable climbs. Thanks for adding this to SP.