Trip Reports
We would like to welcome the May 27 West Buttress team to Alaska! We're so excited to be along for the ride and don't take lightly that touching the pearly white slopes of Denali is a life goal for many after several months of training and years spent on mountains locally
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The team didn't call in a report last night, but they did let us know they hit the ground running! The team flew into Basecamp yesterday and immediately began their move to Camp 1, arriving a little after 7p. Nice work! Camp 1 is at 7,800' (2377m), and sits at
We didn't get a call in report from the team yesterday, but they did report that they successfully put in a cache at 10,200' (3108m). Caching is an expedition style of climbing that allows teams to lighten their loads as well as acclimatize to the altitude. The team choses food, fuel,
A big warm welcome to our May 26 West Buttress Denali team! We are so excited to bring this team to the arctic reaches of North America's tallest summit, the furthest north of the seven highest summits in the world. Climbing Denali, for many, is often the culmination of several
Andrew called in with the report last night. The team has set up their cache at 16,200' (4937m), and now they are just waiting for the winds on the upper mountain to calm down a bit so they can join two of our other teams at High Camp. Not too
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