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Looking down the route from Windy Corner toward Squirrel Point, as climbers make their way up from 12,000 feet.  This stretch can be wonderfully sunny or brutally windswept, and may be snow covered (as in this photo) or an exposed scree field.  There's a reason they call it Windy Corner.  Guided teams commonly cache loads along this stretch and descend to "sleep low" in the camp at 11.300 feet.
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Paul Crowder
Jun 25, 2007
Looking down the route from Windy Corner toward Squirrel Point, as climbers make their way up from 12,000 feet. This stretch can be wonderfully sunny or brutally windswept, and may be snow covered (as in this photo) or an exposed scree field. There's a reason they call it Windy Corner. Guided teams commonly cache loads along this stretch and descend to "sleep low" in the camp at 11.300 feet.  

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