After two winter ascents we returned to Little Lougheed in the spring. With little snow, the boulder field was easier to navigate and appeared more impressive. (See our 2001 trip for route details.)
Little Lougheed from the road
Starting up the boulder field
We skirt the base of a cliff band; on the descent we followed the cliff top.
It's easier to travel on the snow than the rocks.
We pass an icicle
Clouds move in
Looking at the valley
Sun comes out
Ascending the open slope below the summit
There's still lots of ice on the lake
On top of Little Lougheed
On the descent we follow the cliff top. (Mouse over to zoom in on Dinah)
Looking northwest up the lake
Coming down a rock channel
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