Mons Peak, on the left and the once climbed Mt Ararat.
Mt Christian and the other summits of the Lyell Massif were mainstays of the 2004 Icefall Brook GMC.
Ernest and Edward, from the summit of Rudolph.
Set up crew regulars, Matt and Terry, return to base camp after a July 9th ski descent of Mons Peak.
Mt Forbes, highest point in Banff National Park, and the three summits of Division Mountain.
Icefall Brook GMC - Week 1 Participants.
GMC basecamp with Division Ridge in the background.
Doug Nelson, gearing for a summit bid on a snowy St Julienne during week 1.
Left to right, Kemmel, La Clytte and Len Mountains. There were not climbed during the 2004 GMC. Lens has only been climbed twice.
Icefall Brook GMC base camp from the east.
Brad leading the teardown crew up to the base of St Julienne.
Left to Right, Mons, the Lyells and W Division from the base of Cambrai.
A lonely climber begins the long trudge to the Lyells. Fortunately, 750 meters of climbing are behind them.
Lyell High Camp with W Division on the right and Mons Pk on the left.
Ted, Catherine and Gord on the summit of Rudolph.
GMC basecamp during Week 5.
The once-climbed and intimidating tower that is Bush Spire. And, guess what, it looks the same from all aspects.
Sunset and the end of another very successful GMC. Hope to see you at the 2005 Moby Dick GMC!!
Cyril and the "Kitchenettes" rocking the kitchen.
1996 GMC basecamp with the local duck minding the pond
1996, E Division with Mt Forbes in the background
Ah, the tough life of a leader at the GMC. Nick, taking a well deserved break.
Teardown crew near the summit of Mt Rudolph, Christian looming in the background.