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Grey views from the bus shelter above the icefield.JW gets his skis ready in the snow coach shelter before we head out to the glacier. As you can see, it's a pretty grey and blustery morningSnow and ice come tumbling down from the seracs overhanging our route from Snowdome as we debate whether to go through this routePast the seracs and part way up the ramp to the Columbia Glacier neve. We're still smiling at this point.We stop to talk to a couple of guys coming out from an attempt at Mount Columbia.The last picture I have from Thursday - just before heading into blizzard conditions when the only thought I had for about 3 hours was getting to camp.On the summit of Stutfield Peak.On the summit of Stutfield Peak.On the summit of Stutfield Peak.On the summit of Stutfield Peak.Summit panorama looking west including (L to R), Columbia, South Twin, North Twin and Twin's Tower.Mount Columbia - I was part way up that ridge over 11000 back in February!Mount ClemenceauBrazeau in the far distance.Looking towards Mount Cromwell.Mount Woolley and Diadem at left with Engelhard at right.You can barely see JW skiing ahead of me towards the Stuts col with Stutfield NE in the background (right). In the Centre of the photo is Mount Cromwell.Nearing the summit of Stutfield NE looking back at Stutfield with Columbia, North Twin, Twins Tower and Alberta behind.TJ and JW ski up Stutfield NE with Stutfield Peak, North Twin and Twins Tower poking up behind themTJ and JW ski up Stutfield NE with Stutfield Peak, North Twin and Twins Tower poking up behind them