#1: Siguniang Shan (Four Maidens' Mountain) - this view was the closest we came to the confluence, 2 km away.
#2: Simon with the horses; Chris and Simon through the forest trail; Peter and Simon taking a break in the sun.
#3: The stone house lay in the 'sun-soaked' area on the far mountainside; it took a long time in the rain to get there, though.
#4: Simon makes a fire in the stone house; bright sun in the morning; looking back at the stone house towards the ridge which we came from the day before in the rain.
#5: Amazing views all around as we left the stone house on up; Mt. Siguniang was an amazing sight for all of us.
#6: Our trek follows the yellow trail. The green horse icon is where we saw the horses, and you can also see the yellow house icon where the stone house was. The closest we got to was the saddle between the 4700 m and a smaller peak, still 2 km from the conf
#7: Elevation on my watch; Eagles flew overhead; the confluence lies directly 2 km over that far ridge; rocky ridge off to the left (4700 m peak there) is a probably route to the confluence.
#8: The rocky ridge on the side of the 4700 m peak that probably has to be climbed in order to get to the confluence; Simon, Chris and Peter 2 km away on the saddle between mountains; the grass and flower covered slopes with a trail to the stone house.