The only couple of parts that got me thinking were the traverse on soft powdery snow right before the last gully (dkantola submitted a photo of me on it that mpbro made some comments about the angle). That felt like it could slide pretty easily under my feet.
The other part was a small narrow opening about 4 feet wide we took to avoid a gully with heavier icefall. The snow had melted and there was exposed rock and ice at about 70 degrees for maybe 10 feet that was a bit above the previously mentioned point. I don't have much experience with mixed stuff. I did take note of how far I would slide if I slipped there. :- )
But it was all pretty straight forward. The exposure was there but it was never unnerving. I really enjoyed it overall and would like to do more like it. I did use my shorter axe and a second ice tool though and felt pretty secure while David and Vincenzo were comfortable with just their axes.
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