The Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge Team with guides Dusty Eroh, Beth Cleary, Bace Poplawski departed for Denali National Park this morning! They had a busy morning rechecking their gear and packing the van. They were happy to be on their way. The team will have a safety briefing and then board a bus leaving from the Wilderness Access Center., at the Denali National Park east entrance. The group is well prepared and ready to try their mountaineering, hiking and packrafting skills on this next adventure. We are looking forward to hearing about thier awesome adventure to come.
This is a once in a life time trip on it's own and will help prepare them for their Aconcagua Expedition in February 2015 with us!
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