Made it! So did my crooked helmet.
Looking across at Willy. Eeep.
Williamson bowl below us. Amazing.
Williamson and Williamson Bowl
Looking down on Wright Lakes basin. Yet another view of the beautiful lake!
David on the summit
Williamson. I'll say it again: eep.
Tiers of lakes
HEading back down now.
At the bottom of the rib. The descent was annoying but quick. I stuck more to the solid boulders on the rib proper on the way down.
Back through the lower boulder fields
Moon over the shoulder of Tyndall.
David does some foot surgery, overseen by Dr Willy.
Goodbye north rib. You were fun.
And so long williamson. We'll be back for you.
Almost back to camp. We're at the far side of the lake on one of the rock benches.
Camp. Cozy. When we arrived that morning there were several camps set up but they had all left. We had the lake to ourselves.
Just behind camp I could stand out on a rock and look down on the Shepherd Pass trail.
I could see where the recent storms had washed our some of the switchbacks.
Our camp view of Mt Tyndall and the rib.
Camp below Tyndall.
Another beautiful day. The evening light really shows off the Rib route.
Moon over Tyndall
Camp. One of my favorite spots on this trip.