The morning started off beautifully .
We walked up the valley looking at Faerie Queen.
I learned later that the peak is named after the epic pome by Harding.
Our route up provided lots of botanical observations.
Ryan checking to see if the East facing couloir went all the way.
This is all that remains of the Glacier on Faerie Queen.
We dropped down the south side first and had nice spring conditions.
Shane slashing some nice wind feature.
We could not ski this because it turned into a waterfall so we down climbed.
We got to the bottom of the water fall to see a clean snow patch down to the valley.
We had just walked over a big boulder field that the stream was running under. It was amazing to hear the water under my feet. It took us about 2 hours to make it through the bush . We arrived back at the hut around 11 pm.
Wild horses and Faerie Queen.