We have not heard much from guide Todd Passey directly, but he normally sticks with his schedule as best as possible. That puts the team camping at 11,200' tonight and weather permitting, carrying food and equipment to Windy Corner (13,500') tomorrow.
Don't be alarmed that we have not yet heard from them, no news is good news - really!
Once they get to 14,200' I am sure they will check in, if weather allows that will be Thursday or Friday.
We update the AMS blog whenever we hear from guides and instructors reporting from the field. Some staff call in more frequently than others. No news is good news and indicates all is going according to plan. We will do our best to keep those who want to be up to date, up to date.
Alaska Mountaineering School (AMS) promotes excellence in responsible mountaineering and wilderness travel through education and guiding. Our core principles are safety, Leave No Trace, leadership, teamwork, skills, and enjoyment. AMS' course progression and hands-on approach teaches confidence based on knowledge. We support a strong foundation that results in a lifetime of enjoyment of the outdoors. Please contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org