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Mount Whymper - View Southeast # 1100

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Date: 1994.07.09
Vantage Point: From the summit of Mt. Whymper

Caption: Shows the view SE from the summit of Mt. Whymper. The large Glacier/snow capped mountain in the background is Mt. Ball (3311 m). The attractive peak in the foreground is Stanley Peak with Stanley Glacier.

PhotoDescr: There are several alpine snow/ice routes on the North and NE faces of Stanley Peak. Descent for all routes is down the NW ridge which faces the camera. The summit of Beatrice Peak can be seen directly between Mt. Ball and the lower east ridge of Stanley. A medium-sized glacier separates Stanley Peak from Beatrice Peak. Beatrice Peak and Mt. Ball are connected by a ridge. All mountains can be scrambled from the Hafner Creek side.

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