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Ascending the final snow ridge

Average Rating = 3.93/5 Ascending the final snow ridge

This is me climbing the final steep snow pitches to the summit. conditions were remarkably good for the fall, although on the final 300 feet the snow was pure sugar over rotting alpine ice. Photo by tim_cro.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2006-09-04
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Navigating the middle glacier to gain the ridge

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Navigating the middle glacier to gain the ridge

This is tim_cro gaining the main ridge from the upper Gulkana Glacier below Institute peak. Past this is where our route met the normal route coming from the Canwell Glacier. Photo by Drzaous.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2006-09-04
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white princess

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my buddy josh snapped this photo of me and my buddy as we were heading the white princess. spring break in alaska is awesome.
Submitted by: barclayroeder on 2006-04-17
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The Eastern Alaska Range from Rainbow Ridge...

Average Rating = 3.67/5 The Eastern Alaska Range from Rainbow Ridge...

This shot was taken at about 5700' during a March climb of Rainbow Ridge. In the distance can be seen Mt Shand, Mt Moffit, and McGinnis Peak. Lack of snow on the lower portions of the ridge made for some good hiking, and then some interesting scrambling on incredibly loose scree (trekking poles were a nice thing to bring along). The upper portions were comprised of excellent windblown snow/ice. Photo by Cullan (drzaous).
Submitted by: tim_cro on 2006-04-01
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late morning in the Deltas...

Average Rating = 3.50/5 late morning in the Deltas...

White Princess high above during a late fall 2005 trip to the Deltas. This picture was taken from a low ridge while descending Item Peak, which we were not able to summit due to dangerous snow conditions resulting from a storm the previous night...
Submitted by: tim_cro on 2006-02-18
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east face

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This is Max Kaufman ascending the final snow field on the east face of Institute Peak. Photo by Hank Statscewich.
Submitted by: hstats on 2005-12-08
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Descending the Southwest ridge of Item Peak

Average Rating = 3.25/5 Descending the Southwest ridge of Item Peak

This is me descending a portion of the Southwest ridge after an attempt on Item Peak via the Castner Glacier. Bad weather moving in and poor snow conditions forced us to bail and find a place to camp for the night. Photo by Cullan (Drzaous).
Submitted by: tim_cro on 2005-10-14
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The Storm Clearing

Average Rating = 3.48/5 The Storm Clearing

The descent after a storm the previous night. Late fall in the Delta Range.
Submitted by: drzaous on 2005-10-12
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Looking down Michael Creek, Hayes Range in the Background

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Looking down Michael Creek, Hayes Range in the Background

This is a shot looking back down Michael Creek while walking up the creek toward the Jarvis Headwall. This was taken near the basin below the headwall. The Hayes Range can be seen in the background.
Submitted by: wandering_dusk on 2004-04-11
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Climbers headed toward the Jarvis Headwall

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This is a picture of climbers headed toward the Jarvis Glacier at the head of Michael Creek. Up and over the Jarvis Headwall is the Jarvis Glacier, and on the other side of the glacier is Mt. Silvertip, which was our goal. However, we were unable to advance beyond the base of the headwall due to high winds.
Submitted by: wandering_dusk on 2004-04-11
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White Princess from the Summit Ridge of Triangle Peak

Average Rating = 3.60/5 White Princess from the Summit Ridge of Triangle Peak

White Princess is a 9850' peak on the M'Ladies Branch of the Castner Glaciers.
Submitted by: wandering_dusk on 2004-03-23
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Summit Pyramid of Triangle Peak

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This a shot of the summit pyramid of Triangle Peak, on the Castner Glacier, in the Delta Range of Alaska. This was take from a ridge quite a ways up on the climb...
Submitted by: wandering_dusk on 2004-03-23
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Climbing lower slopes of Triangle Peak

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Climbing lower slopes of Triangle Peak

This is March 21, 2004... we climbed the lower snow slopes of Triangle Peak unroped until the last couple of ridges, which were a bit steeper...
Submitted by: wandering_dusk on 2004-03-23
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The view from the summit of Triangle Peak

Average Rating = 3.38/5 The view from the summit of Triangle Peak

We summited Triangle Peak at about 1:30pm on the 21st of March. The skys were clear, and the view of Broken Glacier, The Castner Glacier, and the Alaska Range was breathtaking...
Submitted by: wandering_dusk on 2004-03-23
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White Princess in clouds

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This is White Princess shrouded in quickly evaporating cloud-cover. Taken from a high ridge on Triangle Peak.
Submitted by: wandering_dusk on 2004-03-23
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Trims Creek Camp sunset

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This picture was taken on Feb. 17th 2007 during a mid-winter ascent of Item Peak. We were having unseasonably warm temperatures, so the -15 at night was quite enjoyable. The picture was taken from our camp, where we staged a 2.5 hour slog up to the summit, then back to the road.
Submitted by: tim_cro on 2007-05-09
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Institute Peak Summit Ridge

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This is the final summit ridge of Institute Peak (8000'), Delta Mountains, Alaska. The ascent occurred in September 2006. We experienced stable snow conditions for all but the last 4 pitches to the summit, enjoying the exposure, as well as a lack of large cornices over much of the final ridge due to the warm summer temperatures...
Submitted by: tim_cro on 2007-09-25
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