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Passing around the lake in the upper valley.The Bryant Creek trail is a road for 14km.These are outliers of Mount Cautley and the two Towers to the left of the photo.What a view!Rod and I aren't done yet for the day. Heading for Wonder Pass from the hut.Hiking down the other side of Wonder Pass.Hanneke tries to catch the rest of the group - there's a bear in this area!The Assiniboine Creek trail.The Assiniboine Creek trail.Approaching Assiniboine Lake.Loose slopes to the Sturdee Glacier.Looking back as Phil crests the cliff band. Note the first lake visible behind us here.This sort of shenanigan is getting way too familiar for us. Time to start bagging Kane peaks again?!It was right around this point when we looked at our GPS and realized we were gaining a TON of height - over 850m already at this point!Although fairly well maintained, the trail is a bit overgrown and rustic in spots. There are bridges over an energetic Aurora Creek where needed.The trail is obvious but you'd get pretty soaked from all the bushes and shrubs lining it if they were wet.We ascend to the first headwall crossing some nice open avy / shale slopes.Once above the headwall the terrain is fairly interesting.