The south side of Mount Delphine from the air. Delphine Glacier sits in a huge basin below the southeast face and forms an Icefall sitting at the top of the cliffs above Delphine Creek. There is also a glacier with several small hanging tongues on the upper face. The ridge extending from the right is the west ridge of Red Line Peak. The glacier can be approached by a trail the goes up to a point near the icefall, then heads up the obvious gully to the right then up the gentle snow covered slopes at the right edge.
Kevin Altheim has also submitted 150 other photos.