JUNE 26 TEAM CACHES AT 13,200′

More silliness at 11,200′ Camp! Clint Brewer called in the team report tonight. Under beautiful, clear skies the team put in a cache of equipment and supplies at 13,200′. The team is clearly in good spirits, doing well, and happy with the bacon (!) they had with dinner. The plan is to move to 14…

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REST DAY AT HIGH CAMP FOR THE JUNE 13 TEAM

Mountain Trip guide Matt Bohne reports that it was a sunny, warm day at High Camp. The June 13 Team soaked up the warm sunshine, resting and relaxing, in preparation for a summit bid tomorrow. Best of luck to the team!

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JUNE 19 TEAM: REST DAY AT 14 CAMP

Today was a beautiful, sunny day at 14 Camp and the team took advantage of the good weather to practice rope skills. They will use these skills tomorrow, as they ascend the “headwall” section of the climb to put in a cache of equipment and supplies at 16,400′. Rob sends out greetings to his loved…

JUNE 13 TEAM AT HIGH CAMP!

Being patient is difficult, but the rewards are many. The June 13 Team was rewarded with a good day to make the move up to High Camp at 17,200′. Lead guide Adam Smith reports that the team encountered snow and moderate wind during their ascent, but they were able to push through and now everyone…

JUNE 19 TEAM AT 14 CAMP!

Climber Steve Camkin called in the team report tonight. It sounds like the team enjoyed a restful day at 14 Camp today, taking in the stunning scenery. Situated in the beautiful Genet basin, 14 Camp offers incredible views of Mt. Foraker, Mt. Hunter, and the surrounding Alaska range. The plan is to rest tomorrow, then…

JUNE 26 TEAM BACKCARRIES

It’s a snowy evening at 11,200 Camp, but the team was able to descend to approximately 10,000′ to pick up their cache of equipment and supplies. Climber Matt Magoffin called in the team report today, and it sounds like spirits are high and the team is doing well. We’ve learned over the years that eating…

LOTS OF SILLINESS AT 11,200′ CAMP!

Clearly the June 23 team is having a wonderful time! They are currently  at 11,200′ Camp, and the plan is to carry a load of equipment and supplies up to approximately 13,500′ tomorrow.

Here’s today’s report, including some animal impersonations !!???

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