Large protruberance on the left is B-7 Pillar (Iceberg Peak is barely out of the frame, further left); Mount Merritt, center, with Old Sun Glacier on its top; Ipasha (barely seen) is between B-7 and Merritt, and Natoas on the right. Interestingly, what looks to be an impressively pointed "peak" just behind and between Merritt and Natoas is not a peak at all, but part of a huge ridge. Portion of Iceberg Lake can be seen at bottom. Picture taken from about the 8,000 foot level on Mount Wilbur's north face. Photo by Vernon, July 18, 2007.
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