It has been a few days since we heard from the team. They have had a bit of challenge with communicating, due to the terrain in which they are camped. They are at the beautiful basin camp located at 11,200 feet, that is bordered on three sides by steep walls, with one open side facing to the west.
Those steep walls on the southern edge of camp can make it very tough to call out on the satellite phone, as the satellites that connect to the phone are all orbiting the planet to the south of Denali. The team is doing well, and they are planning to carry a load of food, fuel and equipment up and around a feature known as Windy Corner to an elevation near 13,700 feet.
The team will try to call in a dispatch later today.