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A clear, cold morning as we cross Bow Lake - always the coldest place around. Bow Peak in the distance at left.Getting near the back of Bow Lake with Bow Falls at center and the Onion and St. Nicholas at far left.The approach canyon for the Bow Hut and Crowfoot Mountain is a narrow and dangerous terrain trap, which is why you should only attempt it in stable avalanche conditions.After exiting the slot canyon we were on broad slopes beneath the Bow Hut with this view across the valley.The deluxe and luxurious Bow Hut - flagship hut of the ACC.The view of St. Nicholas from the Bow Hut is intimidating.Following the skin track up the Wapta Icefield headwall beyond the Bow Hut.Skinning up the headwall in brilliant sunshine.Skinning up the headwall in brilliant sunshine.Wind packed snow on the Wapta makes for quick traveling.The Onion is a small summit on the Wapta above the Bow Hut (oos at lower right). Portal Peak just visible at far left.Looking towards Vulture Peak.Thompson (L) and Portal (C) are both scree slogs of a different nature.Thompson (L) and Portal (C) are both scree slogs of a different nature.St. Nicholas doesn't look easy from this angle on the lower Wapta Headwall.Thompson (L) and Portal (C) are both scree slogs of a different nature.Rhondda (L) is an easy ski, Habel requires some tricky 4th class scrambling to attain it's apex (C) and Baker is a pretty steep snow climb.Andrew comes up behind me with St. Nicholas rising on the right.