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Griswold Peak south aspect from Mount Steve # 18688

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Date: 2019.08.05
Vantage Point: From the summit of Mount Steve, looking northwest

Caption: The summit of Griswold is center left, above the small glacier, with Griswold S1 in front and to the left of it. The peak to the right is a subsummit (2529m)

PhotoDescr: Taken on the second day of a 6 day trip to the Slim Creek Headwaters. Griswold was visible during most of our stay, anytime we got out from behind Mount Steve. The small glacier on the map appears to be mostly melted on this side.

It can be climbed from this side, and combined with Griswold S1. It looked to be fairly steep talus but has been reported as a straightforward scramble. There is a larger glacier on the other side which we'd see two days later.

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