|Crevasses running next to the trail and tents in camp|
Please be aware as you walk around camp and where you choose to set up your tent, especially at night. The cracks are large enough that one could easily break an ankle and some of the holes will soon be big enough to swallow a person. It serves as a good reminder why we encourage people to rope up when they climb above Camp Muir, and to return to camp still roped up.
Ingraham Flats also has large crevasses surrounding the common camping area. Assess carefully where you plan to put your tent. Look for long depressions in the snow surface and strongly consider using an avalanche probe (or at least a trekking pole) to make sure you are not parking yourself on a thin snow bridge.
|A bag full of micro trash found around camp with a tissue paper melting out above it.|