Jon commented on his blog:
"I think this is the first free ascent and first one day ascent in winter but credit for that goes to the Steck..."
The pair made the most of a good weather forecast, but also had to deal with extremely cold weather. Night time temperatures in the valley were as low as -22.
Jon Griffith is a professional mountain photographer - see his work on Alpine Exposures
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