Wedgemount Lake 19/07/08

Hurrian P. at Wedgemount Lake:
“Wedgemount Lake is definitely more challenging when you’re carrying an overnight backpack. The eight of us set off to Wedgemount Lake because we heard it was snow free. It was a long steady uphill for most of the way, crossing a bridge over a river and a couple of rock fields. We stopped for lunch listening to the roar of a massive waterfall. After lunch we did the final push up the steep rockfield at the end, which was just as steep as I had remembered it. There was a great payoff at the top – the turquoise lake backed by the glacier. We found sites for our tents within a few feet of the river and had dinner and drinks enjoying the scenery.”

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