No need for acid on such a stunning day on Seymour Peaks 1 & 2
Yes, there was ice and there was water running under the ice, and there was slick ice on moss and in the crevasses between the rocks. We were seven NSH members and a newbie visitor who will be joining the club. We hiked for three and a half hours and sat for an hour in the sun. There was little traffic coming and going to trailhead and there were amazing blackberry lemon scones to begin the hike. The scones definitely should be banned they were that good. It was warm, we walked in the mountains and shared Swiss chocolate, what more can you ask for from life?