Our friends at Selkirk Lodge have been doing some amazing climbing this summer.
First they climbed the amazing summit of Mt. Moloch via its South Face – East Ridge route last week. During the climb they observed a huge rock slide, more likely from June 2015, that covered the entire Moloch Glacier below the failed Mt. Moloch East Face. Start zone 2850 m. elev, lowest point of avalanche deposit 1900 m. elev, distance ran 2.6 km, width of avalanche deposit 650 m. (entire glacier).
Then on to an easy Mountaineering week, hut to hut to hut and lots of great high alpine peaks, fun glaciers and an endless very impressive high alpine scenery.
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