Martin Cash setting the first belay (three equalized small nuts) while I wait patiently below. The variation to the first pitch goes up that depression at left. Note the blowing spindrift. Well, we thought we could avoid the brunt of the wind if we climbed through the S-shaped gully instead of the variation. Boy were we wrong. In reality, it seemed like that gully was funneling the wind like a wind tunnel. But, you know, it wasn't really super-cold, just windy. Feb. 22, 2004.
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