A small esker emanating from the base of Echo Glacier. There is still ice around (Emily is walking on some) and the entire top of the picture is rock-covered ice. Echo Glacier flows from the plateau above Avalanche Canyon. When it flows over the lip of the canyon, it breaks apart into large blocks of ice which tumble down the cliff and generate echos, giving the glacier its name. At the bottom of the cliff all the blocks pile up, melt and refreeze a bit, and reconstitute themselves into another flowing mass of ice known as a reconstituted glacier.