This is the quarry you drive past before parking
Pez is an important part of any climbers diet.
Taking a rest on the approach day. We gained about 5000ft in only about 1.5 miles, taking almost all day due to the heavy growth and brush bashing.
Ed pointing out Cayley and explaining how this would be a fast up and out day on Sunday.
Vulcan's Thumb is the only "unclimbed problem" in this area. The rock is super rotten.
Mt Cayley is the next volcanic remnant after Garibaldi.
Looking out over the icefield to the north.
Morning stroll on the incredible high ridge at about 7k ft.
Garibaldi in the distance, Vulcan's Thumb upper left.
The wicked cornice and our limited time kept us from making an attempt once we were up at the mountain.
Susan and Ed go to take photos closer to the Cayley Ridge.
Modeling the OR Gear.
Cayley's summit ridge.
Cayley from the East
some of the brush we bashed
and finally back out of the thick growth and to the cars.