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|This is Mount Galwey as seen from Red
Rock Parkway near its junction with Park Entrance Road.
|Mount Blakiston dominates the view to
|This is looking up at Mount Galwey's
summit from its windy west ridge. All the steep sections before
the crux can be circumvented easily on the (climber's ) left.
|Sonny approaches the "very big
mushroom" as described by Alan Kane.
|This is the crux of the scramble--an
exposed traverse of the corner at left followed by a climb up the
crack where the snow patch is located.
|Sonny sits beside the celebrated
|Sonny holds the register canister on
the 2348-metre summit of Mount Galwey.
|North of Mount Galwey's summit is a
higher unnamed point. Further behind this unnamed point is
|The view south includes Mount Crandell
and Mount Cleveland (left of centre on the horizon).
|Sonny is past all difficulties at this
point on the descent.
|Sonny takes a closer look at the red
rocks on the lower mountain.
|Here is one more look at Mount Galwey.