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inally at the parking spot after almost 7 hours of driving!We followed obvious flagging up the wrong side of the creek. This flagging led us directly through the nasty avalanche path.We followed obvious flagging up the wrong side of the creek. This flagging led us directly through the nasty avalanche path.Immediately we started encountering debris.And then it got nasty.Yeah...I couldn't believe how big (and old) a lot of the trees were that simply snapped off at the force of the avalanche.I couldn't believe how big (and old) a lot of the trees were that simply snapped off at the force of the avalanche.Finally through the avy debris and now in the creek bed, heading up to the bivy.There was a trail on the left side of the creek with flagging that we discovered on the way back down.A neat traverse between rocks and trees - our bivy is about 500 meters ahead of this spot.Eventually we set up our bivy right here but we should have gone a bit further - at the base of the headwall in the distance.Home sweet home!Leaving camp and heading for the obvious break in the cliffs at center distance.Delightful alpine meadows just past our bivy. The route goes up past the waterfall at the end of the rock wall in the distance.This excellent bivy location is about 5 min from the one we picked. Oh well!Just like any 11,000er, Harrison has some sublime scenery on ascent.Harrison looms above us on approach. There are two couloir routes on the north face, the east (L) is rated alpine III and the west (R) is rated alpine II.