A view of the southwest side of Mt. Rahm on August 3, 2003. The orange dot marks the location of a hidden gully that can be used to climb through the cliff band. The gully trends up and left and contains about 40 feet of Class 4. There is an alternate, easier gully to the right (see Martin's description below). The upper snowfield is not as steep as it looks.
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