Dr Rachel Majumdar, 29, who was originally from Merseyside, worked at Harrogate District Hospital in Yorkshire and had been in a long-term relationship with one of the other climbers who died, Tom Chesters.
She and four others were swept 1000ft down Bidean nam Bian, while one of their party – a man who has asked not to be identified – managed evade the snow slab.
The other survivor, a 24-year-old woman from the Durham area, suffered serious head injuries and remains in a critical condition in Glasgow's Southern General Hospital.
They had done their worst the day before, killing four and seriously injuring another, but the climbers were back in the glen regardless.
Their cars filled the car parks as they made their way into that other world of stone and scree, sculpted over millennia, which draws them in their thousands to Glen Coe every week of the year.