May 15 Denali Team Moved To Camp 2

Lead Guide Josh Garner called in a report on the team’s move up past the top of the Kahiltna Glacier.  They hiked heavy loads about 4.5 miles up glacier in pretty tough weather, as clouds, snow and wind poured along the Kahiltna.  As they climbed higher, they rose above much of the weather as they pulled into the very pretty basin that will be their Camp 2 on Denali.

Everyone is doing well and they are looking forward to tomorrow’s relatively easy day, following three long days of travel.  The plan is to drop back down to the cache they placed at about 10,200′ after sleeping in tomorrow morning.  It will require just a couple hours of work and afford them some time to rest and recover.

Unfortunately, Josh’s call was a bit garbled, and the shout out he gave to ??? was unintelligible.  We’ll ask him to try again in tomorrow’s update.

Here’s Josh!

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6 Comments
  1. Steve and Susan Bailey

    Hi Shaun,
    …’hiking with heavy loads 4.5 miles in tough weather…’ Wow. You will sleep well tonight! Thankful for your safety and continuing to think about the wonders you are seeing on the climb! Praying for all of you.

    Love,
    Steve and Susan

    • Hi Shaun we are glad that everyone is doing well . It sounds like you guys are having a ball . This a great way to keep track of what is going on, and we will check in again tomorrow. Keep safe and enjoy.

      Your good friends, Greg and Elaine

  2. Scott Gardner

    Prayers and cheers for Eric, Shaun and the rest of the team! Congratulations on your arrival at camp 2. Looking forward to seeing you at the top!

  3. Steve and Susan Bailey

    Shaun,
    Praying for you. Hoping you are realizing the benefit of all of your hard training. Looking forward to the updates of the climb!
    Steve

  4. Joshua Lieder

    Eric Greene and team…we are praying for you in Rhode Island. Blessings.
    Joshua Adam Lieder (and Diane)
    Graduate of Luther Rice Seminary

  5. Michelle

    It makes me tired just hearing about your “easy” day. Love you, Eric. Take care, crew. Stay safe.

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