Broadside view of the east face of Ipasha Peak (9572') with Ahern Glacier at left. This is a good illustration of how much water drains from even a small glacier, providing a steady flow during post-snowpack months. When the glaciers are gone, so will be a great deal of water! Mount Merritt (10004') is at right, with a shadowy Lithoid Cusp poking up between. Ahern Peak (8749'), namesake to the above-mentioned glacier, is further left, and out of the image. (There is an Ipasha Glacier, but it is on the other side of the mountain.) Photo by Vernon, July 20, 2005.
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