I'm planning a trip to southeastern BC in the second half of August, and am very intrigued by what I've learned so far about the mountains of the Purcell Wilderness Conservancy. Details of the final composition (and hence experience level) of the group are still hazy, but most likely we'd be looking for idea of easy off-trail scrambles with minimal glacier travel. For starters, I've looked at some of the mountains south of Earl Gray Pass, such as the Catherine-Toby group. These do appear to require at least some glacier travel, but I was wondering if anyone has been there and has any info to share, i.e. what those glaciers might be like in late August, whether other similar option exist in the region, etc. Basically, any suggestions and experiences are welcome. Thanks in advance!