Tsey-Hoh (4360 m) and Ularg Peak (4320 m) : The "Back Side"
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The sawtooth Tsey Divide is commonly photographed from the East, from the alpine climbing and skiing center of Tsey, Ossetia.
The NW side of the divide, dropping preciptously to Songuti Glacier, may be an even more impressive sight. Interestingly, there is a reportedly relatively easy route to the upper reaches of Songuti, bypassing the icefalls by a long gradual traverse from the North.
Photo taken on descent from Voologata Cupola. September 1985.