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View from Aletschwald towards the tongue of Grosser Aletschgletscher (September 2005).
Below Mossfluo, slightly above the Little Ice Age moraine. Upper left: Driestgletscher and Zenbächengletscher (September 2005).
At the glacier margin below Mossfluo. The bedrock in the foreground beaome ice free only during the preceding two years (October 2006).
In the area of Chatzulecher, below Mossfluo, in autumn. Location approximately on the Little Ice Age moraine. Upper left: Driestgletscher and Zenbächengletscher (October 2006).
View from the footpath near Point 2347m below Eggishorn. Left of the dark pyramid of Olmenhorn (3314.0m) is the Aletschhorn (4193m). Upglacier are Mönch (4107m) and Trugberg (3932.9m, September 2005).
Standing on the orographic left of the two medial moraines of Grosser Aletschgletscher, about 1km upglacier from Märjela, View towards Mönch and Trugberg (September 2005).
Looking towards Eggishorn (2926.7m, pyramid on the left), the Rhône valley, the Matterhorn (background), Vorder Zenbächenhorn (3290m, right, with tall cumulus cloud) and Geisshorn (far right, 3740m); prominent foliation in the foreground, orographic left medial moraine on the right (September 2005).
On the orographic left medial moraine of Grosser Aletschgletscher, looking towards Märjela and Eggishorn (2926.7m, pyramid). In the photo Michael Hambrey (September 2005).
View from Eggishorn (2926.7m) towards Grosser Aletschgletscher. In the centre Mittelaletschgletscher and, above it, Aletschhorn (4193m). Below right is ice which fell off the margin (valley of Märjela, former ice-dammed lake; August 2004).
|Panoramic images, August 2004, Jürg Alean (Noblex rotating camera on roll film, horizontal view approximately 146 degrees).|