West Face of Eagle Peak (6995 ft.)
The West Face of Eagle Peak rises over 6,000 feet straight up from the banks of Eagle River. A couple of partial lines on the face have been climbed from the sides, but the direct face still awaits a first ascent. The snow flutings, cornices and avy danger keep most winter mountaineers of of the face, and the chossy rock underneath is unclimbable when the snow melts. This picture was taken from the Eagle River Nature Center on May 21st.
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