A rare day of calm, clear weather looking out over the Southern Patagonian Icecap to the coastal Chilean foothills in the far distance. Cerro Pier Giorgio left of center. Taken from near the top of Fitzroy's north (aka Goretta) pillar in January, 2015.
L-R: Cerro Chalten (aka Fitzroy), Aguja Val Biois, and Aguja Mermoz, at sunset from the Piedra Blanca glacier.
Sunset illuminates the summit of Aguja Mermoz as viewed from high on Fitzroy's north pillar. Lago Del Desierto visible below.
Cerro Torre looming over the Torre Glacier.
Morning sun illuminates the east face of Aguja Mermoz and the sub-summit of Aguja Guillaumet (R).
Sunrise on Fitzroy's north pillar.
Sunrise over the Fitzroy group.
The east faces of El Mocho and the Torre Massif.
Fitzroy's south face as viewed from the summit of Aguja Poincenot.
Twilight from Fitzroy's north pillar.
The spectacular spires of Torres del Paine above Lago Njordenskold, in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile.
Aguja Poincenot and Cerro Chalten (aka Fitzroy).
North face of Aguja Poincenot.
The Southern Patagonia Icecap from high on Cerro Torre.
Cerro Torre looms behind El Mocho.
Looking across the Pier Giorgio massif to the Southern Patagonian Icecap at twilight from a bivouac high on Fitzroy's north pillar.
Wind clouds over El Chalten, Argentina.
West faces of Poincenot, Rafael, St. Exupery, De La "S", and Mojon Rojo, with the shadow of the Cerro Torre group.
Cerro Adela and Cerro Torre massifs stand over the Torre glacier valley, Patagonia, Argentina.
Aguja St. Exupery and distant Lago Viedma, viewed from the summit of Aguja Rafael Juarez.
Cerro Torre massif from the east.
El Mocho, Cerro Torre, Torre Egger and Cerro Standhardt.