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North and South Twin as seen from descent of Mount Alberta...Sun Setting
Japanese Route, V, 5.6, Mount Alberta, August 2, 2009, Canadian Rockies

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Konrad SusGreat

Konrad Sus

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This is what I like in mountains photo - clear air, sharp peaks with glaciers and clouds
Posted Aug 6, 2009 3:55 pm

anitathat's

anita

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the Black Hole... awesome. What a formidable looking face.
Posted Aug 6, 2009 9:17 pm

Bill KerrRe: Black Hole

Bill Kerr

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Anita - the Black Hole actually refers to the deep basin you cross to get at the base of the North Twin. It receives very little sun and climbers have to go down and across it to get to the base of the North Face. It would be mentally hard to cross such a dark unfriendly place before starting up a face like that!
Take care.
Bill
Posted Aug 6, 2009 11:25 pm

Old School WBThe Black Hole

Old School WB

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“The Black Hole is the giant basin found at the foot of the north face of the Twins Tower. The Black Hole is also the terminus zone for the hanging Stutfield Glacier. The Black Hole is a big mangled zone which rarely sees the sun. The Glacier that sits in the guts of the Hole drain out to the Athabasca River. Anyone who wishes to climb the North Face or the Abron Route needs to cross the Black Hole.”


Brandon Pullan, North Twin via the Black Hole


Photo of The Black Hole from Mt. Woolley

Posted Jul 20, 2015 11:56 am

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Dow WilliamsSubmitted by Dow Williams
on Aug 6, 2009 10:29 am

Image ID: 537688
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Object Title: Twins

Image Type(s): Alpine Climbing