Trip Reports

Meet the June 3 Team!

This morning, a group of climbers from around the globe are meeting three guides from Mountain Trip to take the next step in their journey of molding themselves into a team, which will help give them the best possible chance of standing in the summit of North America in just a couple of weeks. Today…

J.Y. and Suzanne – At 11,200′

Suzanne called in with a very nice message to everyone back home from the beautiful camp at 11,200′ (3415m).  They are having a great time and doing well.  Tomorrow, the plan is to carry some gear up and around Windy Corner, a prominent, steep ridge that drops off the West Buttress and is an iconic…

May 20 Team – At 14,200′!

The May 20 Team called in a very garbled audio recording, which I’m not even going to post, because you could only understand about three words in the entire message.  At these far northern latitudes, the satellites pass far to the south, and we frequently lose connections. The team is at 14,200′ (4328m) and doing…

JY/Suzanne: at 9,500′

Yesterday the team moved camp from the base of Ski Hill at 7,800′, up the Kahiltna glacier to a new camp at 9,500′.  They are reporting a difficulty with their Spot tracking device but everyone is in good health and spirits, and will keep us updated daily of their progress.