Well, it has been some time since I last posted on epz. My excuse is that life became unbearably busy and something had to give. That combined with the fact that I didn't have a great deal of new material to share, meant that I had to walk away for a while.
I hope to catch up with what has been happening on the site, and as a starter I'm uploading an image that I took in Morocco last week, when I was descending from Ouanoukrim, a 4088m mountain in the High Atlas.
The drop on either side of this snow arete was about 70 - 80%, and serious injury would have been sustained if a slip had been encountered. That said, the late snow in Morocco meant that the climb that would normally have been done on scree was a much more exciting prospect under the 10 metres of snow.
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