Nice postholing. While you guys were up there in the stratosphere, I was on the ridge above Munra beating myself up. Any day in the mountains (or hills, in my case!) is a good day!
Let me know how that went. I'm still curious about how that all connects up. Was the bushwhacking nasty?
The bushwhack part was surprisingly good - it's a narrow ridge so the animal tracks made a pretty good route. Great cliffs covered in 6 inches of moss in places. Some of the traverses were on 55 degree or steeper slopes but there were lots of brush, roots and limbs to grab when you needed them. I'll send a pic along of the worst section of bushwhack - it was real nasty for awhile - I loved it!