During the bushwhack from Dix western ridge.
NP at the toe of the slide.
Either calcium or quartz deposit in a boulder.
Kevin in the drainage.
First major debris pile en route. Slide top is visible in the distance.
Hough's slides from the drainage.
Interesting view of MaComb.
Kevin gives a sense of scale to the depth of the damage.
Dual runs split around a tree island. Both slides are just beyond to the right. NP stands for scale.
Atop the right-hand run looking at the southern slab.
Debris field is 100+ feet wide.
Kevin looking up the southern run atop the hill of debris in the last pic.
View of Elk Lake from bottom of confluence.
Bottom of the thinner, northern run.
NP sitting on the first dominant outcrop of the northern side.
Nice holds on granular slab.
Lower slab, northern run. Kevin grabs holds caused by differential weathering.
A unique view of the Beckhorn.
Largest overlap on the northern side.
Flowing overlaps on the slab.
NP walking up some moderate angled slab.
The old southern slide leading toward the Beckhorn.
Top center is the release point.
Getting a little more serious approaching the top.
NP on the final 20' of the headwall, steep and exposed.
NP standing mid-headwall.
Could the view get any better. The top of the headwall lays back slightly.
Kevin on the last few feet of the headwall.
NP climbing a ledge at the bottom of southern run.
Kevin at the bottom of the ledge on the southern side. You can walk around this.
Kevin at bottom of the southern leg.
NP at the bottom of the main run of slab on the southern leg.
The best slab on the southern side. Notice the large debris field above.
Above the mud and debris lies blocky ledges until the release point.
NP above the debris field.
View from the ledges, NP climbing.
Stunning view from the top with Elk Lake in the background.
Kevin on the bottom of the upper ledges.
Crux of the southern leg.
The very top of the south side; beginning of the bushwhack.
NP becomes one with the krummholz. A man in his element.
What a view from the Beckhorn! The Lobster Claw with Hough and MaComb in the background.
Why did we name it the Lobster Claw? Quite the profile!!!
Sunderw blooking at Dix Pond.
Dix Pond at 6:00 p.m.