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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-30-2014, 08:34 AM Thread Starter
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A BCMC group of Chris, Jen, Dan, Marylin, Bala, Angus, Lauren and myself did a trip up to Tricouni. The original plan was to ascend via the north ridge from the glacier. There was a moat the was presenting some challenges, so we decided it was best to ascend the east ridge to the north subsummit, and continue from there. It was an enjoyable, type 1 fun kind of day - something I haven't had in a while. With the access from Chance Creek FSR, there was no chance for an emergency bivy - unlike my previous trip up here. It was 11 hours car to car, had a couple long breaks, and even had time for a f*****g cold swim. Thanks to everyone who came out, we had a great bunch!

Crappy photos from my phone (not even a hero shot):


Chris, Angus, and Dan getting ready to ascend out of the notch to the summit.


Bala descending into the notch






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Most post-capture photo programs have a simple rotation feature. Are you certain the software that allows you to download your photos to your computer (assuming your using a proprietary software) doesn't give you this option?

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I did this with Windows Photo Viewer, for example.
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Thanks! I was just having issues with my mac, windows is way more straight forward.
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That is a great trip, have my sights on it for next year perhaps.

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That is a great trip, have my sights on it for next year perhaps.

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I highly recommend it! It's a great route and makes for a fun day out.
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