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\'Glaciated Snow Slope\'?
Near the summit of Sefrit, we ended up climbing on steep ice/snow. I'm uncertain if this actually qualifies as a glacier, but towards the top of this section small crevasse-like (only ~15ft deep) fissures became evident, making for some sketchy climbing. Mt. Ruth can be seen in the far left of this picture.

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jordansahlscool!

jordansahls

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Nice picture, but what is the mountain in between this picture and Ruth, it's not icy peak is it?
Posted Oct 13, 2006 6:05 am

DBakerDon't know

DBaker

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Indeed it's not icy.
It's marked on the map only by it's elevation, 6765. Despite this it looks to be a challenging objective.
Posted Dec 5, 2006 11:39 pm

AfzalBeautiful shot!

Afzal

Voted 10/10

beautiful and vert nice photo. Thanks for sharing.

Best regards,
Afzal
Posted Aug 7, 2007 4:28 pm

DBakerRe: Beautiful shot!

DBaker

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Thanks! To be honest, I was trying my best just to not drop the camera...
Posted Aug 9, 2007 10:57 am

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