Tamarack Lake, with Warren Peak out of sight to the left. We reached the saddle by climbing the rock glacier (which was quite solid), heading up past the finger of trees maybe a quarter of the way in from the left edge, then avoiding the snow-filled chutes by staying on solid rockwhich was a much more interesting climb, anyway! Mostly it was class 3 to the saddle, with maybe one or two short borderline class 4 pitches. A fun climb! As a point of reference, Porter Ridge, which we used on our descent, is the ridge wrapping around to the right; Edith Lake, another well-known entry into this area is directly on the other side of this basin. Photo by Vernon, September 27, 2004.
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