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Mount Daly
Field, B.C.
June 22, 2001

Mount Daly makes for a long day but with interesting views along the way. Unfortunately, we summited under poor weather conditions. The summit itself was buried under a huge cornice and required care in ascending. The ridge was in fog which prevented me from taking a panorama.

KML Track

Mount Daly seen from Mount Niles

Looking back at Sherbrooke Lake, trail is visible left

Mount Niles overlooks the meadow. Mount Daly is out of sight here.

We passed by Mount Niles

We climbed a low ridge where we'll see the "pyramid"

Mount Daly centre: after hiking around the pyramid on the left, we scrambled up the slope

Plenty of snow to cross

Taking a break partway up the slope

Plenty of loose rock on the slope we climbed. Mount Niles on the left.

Looking down at Sherbrooke Lake

The long ridge of Mount Daly. The snow-capped summit was a considerable distance away.

Looking north towards the summit. Note the figure on the ridge.

Clouds moved in as we approached the summit

The snow-capped summit

The view of the ridge past the summit lasted only a few minutes (mouse over)

Group shot near the summit

On the way back, we had a clear view of Mount Daly

Heading back across the snow field

Going down to Niles Meadow

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