#1: The icefield at the confluence point with Mount Amery in the background
#2: The GPS proof shot, with a reflection of my face. The GPS accuracy was 5m.
#3: Chris using the dinghy to cross the North Saskatchewan river. Notice the water marks up to his belly button level.
#4: The gully taken to start the scramble up Mount Amery.
#5: Brendan exploring a possible route around sunrise. We chose to stick with the route described in the Canadian Alpine Journal.
#6: Our route up to and over the Mt Amery icefield and starting the ridge walk to the confluence.
#7: The remaining ridge walk and ice field walk to the confluence from the saddle only 100 meters from the summit of Amery.
#8: The valley SE of the summit of Mt Amery, showing our route up and campsite (at the end of the moraine)
#9: A 360 degree view from the confluence, with north being just to the left of Mount Amery.
#10: Taken 50 meters south of the confluence, at the top of the ridge looking south at centre, east on the left and west on the right. Mount Forbes dominates the skyline.
#11: Brendan and Chris at the confluence
#12: The icefield at the confluence point, facing NW towards Mount Willerval.
#13: Brendan downclimbing one of the more dangerous gullies.
#14: Chris at the lone tree campground.