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The lower icefield as we crossed over it, the ice fall on the right.Crossing a crevasse that's filled with slushy snow that won't support our weight in the strong afternoon sun. Looking back over the lower glacier as we head up the rocks separating the lower and upperLooking back over the lower glacier as we head up the rocks separating the lower and upper ice fields.The lower icefield isn't visible as we start up the main glacier from the rock band.On the main glacier now - note the slushy snow.Steep roll on the glacier.The afternoon goes nuclear as we spot Brazeau peaking up on the left.Looking back (south) from near our glacier bivy.Mount Brazeau from our camp - we had to access it via slopes to the left, out of sight.Looking back at our approach tracks from the bivy, showing how we skirted some slots along the way.The sun and our slushy tracks as we head for Brazeau from camp.Mount Warren is just visible to the left of Brazeau and looks a LONG way off. Because it is.A telephoto looking past Brazeau with Warren's summit ridge and Maligne Lake in the bg.Looking back as Ben starts the height loss beneath Brazeau.The south face of Brazeau beckons us.Breaking through the cliff bands, we see 'clear sailing' to the summit.I'm not gonna lie - it was becoming a grunt at this point.The final push to the summit of Mount Brazeau.