The highpoint of Wyoming served as a good Plan B when the weather wouldn't permit the pursuit of our more technical goals
Turret Peak as seen from Gooseneck Glacier as low clouds move in. We made a successful ascent of the west (right) ridge the previous day after one failed attempt.
The infamous bergschrund at the bottom of Gooseneck Gully was beginning to open up on the left side but was still closed and easily passable on the right.
Dominic climbing moderate snow in Gooseneck Gully just above the bergschrund. Visibility is low.
Dominic on Gannett's long summit ridge. Sometimes we scrambled on rocks (never exceeded 3rd class) and sometimes we walked along on snow.
Since visibility was so low we had to rely on the obnoxiously large summit register to confirm we'd reached the summit.
The top of Gooseneck Pinnacle could be seen through the pea soup on the descent.
During the descent of Gooseneck Glacier we finally emerged from the clouds. A violent thunderstorm exploded a couple of hours later.