For scale, the big boulder on the right was around 15-20' tall. This is low down on the brookwalk, which can be used as an approach to Mt. Emmons' slide, or as a long bushwhack through the gap between Seward and Seymour (a historical route of the famous hermit Noah John Rondeau). The brook gets steeper and harder to negotiate as one gets higher up - scrambling right up the brook, however, is still easier than bushwhacking the incredibly thick spruce on the slopes of the Seward Range.
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