The day after climbing Mt. Ritter was mostly a rest day. I got up late and headed for Mt. Davis around noon. I packed my gear and hiked to the west end of Lake Catherine where I took some photos and left my big back pack behind.
The hike up to the top was rather straightforward and relatively flat compare to both Banner and Ritter. It was mostly just long with a few ups and downs but nothing major.
I found the summit register and was the first ascent of the summer, the entries went all of the way to 1991.
I took some pictures and then headed back to where I had dropped my large backpack.
The trip back to North Glacier pass was uneventful and I put my big pack on and headed down the pass to the North Fork of San Joaquin River.
I made it down the pass and headed up the glacial canyon to prepare for climbing Mt. Rogers in the morning. Going down in places was slightly hairy and and slid at least once. It was again fairly flat although I was really exhausted by the time I set up camp.
I took some more pictures and studied the route before going to sleep.