The Sulphide Glacier Route ascends up the west side of the glacier, avoiding crevasses as necessary. Along the way, there are a number of striking crags on the South Ridge in the vicinity of the upper exit of Hell's Highway. This one is located just south of The Hourglass (i.e., just northeast of Pt. 7935). In fact, it is probably the point marked "7764-AT" on the USGS map. This crag can be seen at left in this photo. Oct. 3, 1999.
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