Taken from high on the south flank of Mount Wilbur at the point we began our descent. Big peak on the right is Mount Grinnell, with the ridge dominating the entire bottom half of the picture culminating (out of the frame on the left) into what is seen from the Many Glacier/Swiftcurrent Area as Grinnell Point. Mostly hidden behind Mount Grinnell is Mount Gould, with Piegan Mountain slightly left ofand behindGould. Further left is the distinctive shape of Going-to-the-Sun Mountain, and even further left, but closer is Mount Siyeh. Photo by Vernon, July 18, 2007.
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