Fremont Peak is the bump to the left of the tree that sticks up above the saddle in the center. Agassiz Peak is to the right
Sunlight in the Aspens along the Inner Basin Trail
Fremont Peak and Agassiz Peak from the Inner Basin
Looking down at the Inner Basin. The peaks in back are Abineau and Rees (the high ones), Sugarloaf, and way in back, O'Leary
The Weatherford Trail cuts across an avalanche gully below Fremont Peak. In 2015, we bailed down this slope to escape lightning!
Fremont Peak as seen from Doyle Saddle
Looking up at a rocky section of the ridge
Now looking down at it, after just scrambling up the rocks
The summit is close
Mattias and Doyle Peak behind
Me at the summit. In back are Agassiz and Humphreys Peaks. Surrounding me are hundreds of flies.
Agassiz Peak and the old road, now repurposed as the Weatherford Trail
A good side view of Fremont Peak's east ridge that we ascended
Fremont Peak as we hike out
Looking down at the huts in the Inner Basin. Kind of looks like Austria, no?
Images from the August 2015 hike:
Clouds at 9 a.m.?
We got this far
It hailed on us!
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