Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Let it snow!

It's snowing in Talkeetna and we are excited about that.  More snow means a longer ski season here in Talkeetna and better climbing conditions in the Alaska Range.

Spaces are filling up, so sign up now while you still can... 2014 is going to be a really fun season to climb with AMS.

See you this summer!

AMS Team at 12, 000' feet and in Beautiful light on Denali's West Buttress route



Denali, West Buttress, 21 days, 6 climbers, 2 - 3 guides, $7000
April 27 - May 17, 2 climber positions available, Guide: Dan Corn
May 5 - May 25 , FULL, Guide: Leighan Falley
May 9 - May 29, 2 climber positions available, Guide: Wes Bunch
May 11 - May 31, 6 climber positions available, Guide: TBA
May 12 - June 1, 3 climber positions available, Guide: Mark Postle
May 23 - June 12, 3 climber positions availableGuide: Nate Opp
May 25- June 14, FULL Custom Expedition,  Guide: TBA
May 26 - June 15, FULL Guide: Alex Stroud
May 26 - June 15, FULL Custom Expedition, Guide: Forest Wagner
May 27 - June 16, FULL Custom Expedition Guide: Mike Janes
June 2 - June 22,  2 climber positions available, Guide: Nick D'Alessio
June 8 - June 28, FULL Custom Expedition, Guide: Mark Postle
June 8 - June 28, FULL Custom Expedition, Guide: Colby Coombs 
June 12 - July 2, 1 climber position availableGuide: Mike Hamill
June 16 - July 6, FULL Guide: Todd Tumolo
June 22 - July 12, FULL Custom Expedition, Guide: TBA
June 23 - July 13, FULL Custom  Expedition, Guide: Melis Coady
June 25 - July 15,  FULL Guide: Rob Gowler

Denali, Traverse West Buttress - Wonder Lake, 25 days, 4 climber, 2 guides, $ contact AMS
May 26 - June 19, 2 spaces available, Guide: Dustin English

Foraker, Sultana Ridge, 21 days, 4 climbers, 2 guides, $8200
May 17 - June 6, 1 climber position available, Guide: Melis Coady 

Mt. Hunter, West Ridge,  14 days, 4 climbers: 2 guides, $ custom
May 3 - May 16, FULL Guide: Nate Opp

 
View from the AMS camp at 14,200' on Denali's West Buttress Route.  This photo shows Mt. Foraker enveloped in high wind lenticular clouds.


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