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On ascent I went up this first, obvious valley / drainage but should have been more patient.The boulder field is quite large but as long as it's dry, it's rather fun.Incredible views over Lake Magog from near the upper bench above the boulder field.Mount Assiniboine.I ended up traversing left here, out of the photo to a break in the cliff bands, but there was a trail leading straight up here too.Great views towards Mount Cautley from the grassy ledge traverse under the cliffs on my left. My approach is on scree slopes below at center.Despite appearances, the terrain up the cliffs is pretty mellow. Other than ice chunks trying to take me out!A snowy, surprisingly expansive summit plateau.Looking over Cerulean Lake towards the other Sunburst Peaks, Mount Watson, Wedgwood Lake, Indian Peak, Moose Bath Pond, Ferro Pass, Nestor Peak, Simpson Ridge, Chucks Ridge,Wedgwood Lake sits under Mount Watson.Looking over Wedgwood Lake towards Octopus Mountain over the Mitchell River.Looking over Nub Peak towards Golden Mountain.Nasswald Peak rises over Og Lake, which isn't visible here.At the time I wasn't sure if it was named or not. Instead I traversed all of Og's lower summits to the fourth and highest one on the far right.Nestor Peak doesn't sound very hard - Rick Collier did it on skies in the winter.Indian Peak lies to the west of Sunburst and looms over Ferro Pass. Rick also skied it, but it sounds slightly more difficult than Nestor, especially in winter.The strangely named Octopus Mountain with Split Peak in the distance to the left.I think the foreground peak is probably Mount Sam, the one in the background just left of center is likely Mount Selkirk.Looking over Ferro Pass towards the Ball Range.The mighty Mount Assiniboine. Her NE ridge looking very fierce!