The backcountry was truely a wilderness wonderland. of course the camera can seldom capture the scale and scope.
Greg "white room" hughes playing with his friends.
Yep its what it looks like. kevin evoked genocide on the fly population of most cabins and then fed them to the cutesy grey jays....which they loved! still a fair bit of a twisted human wha? (and yes he had hand sanitizer for after).
the 2nd night at Le Huard, very popular and centralized spot. we stayed in a cabin that housed 12 or so. I took the oportunity to spend it outide sleeping on the snow. was it a good choice...not really. oh well. lessons learned.
Day three. on our way to the highest point on our trip and what was to be one long long day. The sun poked its way past the clouds briefly, making for some beautiful views of the higher mountains.
yep thats me. shoosh.
these next 4 images are what gave Greg his "white room" nickname. well done greg...well done!
The final push up to La Nicatale on the summit next to Mount Logan. Steep but a good effort.
this is the main floor back window...before it snowed....seriously.
The summit of Mount Logan in the distance. We didn't have daylight available to try that evening and the next day wasn't choice either. Notice the ice wall in the lower right side. Those fir trees are nearly full height...so the ice is signifigant. very interesting.